Row Crops (Agronomy)
Clemson Extension agents with primary agronomic responsibilities work closely with state extension specialists and researchers located on campus and at the various research and education centers located across the state. They provide expertise on topics such as production, pest management, harvesting, and post-harvesting processes for commodities such as soybeans, corn, tobacco.
Trish DeHond Office:843-393-0484 ext 112, firstname.lastname@example.org
- Tobacco Production Meeting (winter)
- Cotton Production Meeting (joint mtg. with Lee County)
- Corn and Soybean Production Meeting
- Peanut Production Meeting (joint mtg. with Lee & Sumter Counties)
- Pee Dee Farm Field Day (early August)
- Tobacco Curing Barn efficiency/thermal imaging workshop
- Private Pesticide Applicator Training (as needed)
- Master Tree Farmers program
- Master Wildlife program
- Farm-City Week program at Ovis Hill Family Farm Festival (October)
- Volunteers needed for Farm-City Week/Ovis Hill Festival
- Sponsors needed for various crop production meetings and demonstration projects
Contact me for identification of and management recommendations for weeds, insect pests, diseases and other problems in row crops (such as corn, cotton, peanuts, soybeans, tobacco, and small grains).
Visit the statewide Row Crops (Agronomy) website.