Research in ESPS

Research in ESPS by Topic:

Agronomy/Crop Science
Entomology
Plant Pathology
Soil Science

Agronomy/Crop Science

(Clemson campus)
Forage and grazing – John Andrae
Soybean molecular cytogenetics and genetics – Halina Knap
Soybean breeding and genetics – Emerson Shipe
Native herbaceous species – Bill Stringer
Plant ecophysiology & weed ecologyNishanth Tharayil

(Edisto REC)
Crop weed resistance and alternative management strategies – Mike Marshall
Corn & soybean agronomic production – Pawel Wiatrak

(Pee Dee REC)
Switchgrass as a biofuel – Jim Frederick
Cotton production – Mike Jones

Plant Pathology

(Clemson campus)
Plant Nematology – Paula Agudelo
Nursery & greenhouse diseases—particularly Phytophthora spp. – Steve Jeffers
Mycology and forest pathology – Julia Kerrigan
Fungal diseases of fruit crop – Guido Schnabel
Viruses and viral diseases of fruit trees – Simon Scott 

(Coastal REC)
Vegetable diseases – Anthony Keinath

(Edisto REC)
Plant-parasitic nematology – John Mueller

(Pee Dee REC)
Tobacco disease – Bruce Fortnum
Turf disease – Bruce Martin

Entomology

(Clemson campus)
Biology of Medically Important Arthropods (BioMIA) - Peter Adler
Biological control of hemlock woolly adelgid – Joe Culin
Aquatic insects – John Morse, emeritus
Apiculture/honey bee pest management – Mike Hood
Insect physiology, immunology, cell biology – Matt Turnbull
Insects of specialized communities – Al Wheeler (adjunct-in-residence)
Pest & fertility management strategies for sustainable & organic vegetable production – Geoff Zehnder
Urban entomology – Eric Benson, Patricia Zungoli

(Edisto REC)
Peanut and wheat production – Jay Chapin, emeritus
Cotton entomology – Jeremy Greene - Management strategies for arthropod pests of cotton.

(Pee Dee REC)
Pest Management of turfgrass and ornamentals – Juang-Horng (J.C.) Chong
Integrated pest management in agronomic crops – Francis Reay-Jones


Soil Science

(Clemson campus)
Environmental & molecular soil chemistryYuji Arai
Soils – Virgil Quisenberry