orange tulipClemson Extension agents with primary horticulture 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 in topics ranging from fruits and vegetables, landscape, turf, ornamental plants and issues related to home gardening or commercial production. Many of your home and garden questions can be easily addressed at Clemson's Home and Garden Information Center.

Local Agents

George Dickert
Agriculture Natural Resource Agent
864-596-2993 Ext 117, gdicker@clemson.edu

Andy Rollins
Upstate Commercial Fruit & Vegetable Agent
864-596-2993 Ext 115, prollin@clemson.edu



  • Clemson Extension Master Gardener (CEMG) Program
  • Volunteers are needed to spread the word about reducing non-point source pollution in our community
  • Pesticide credits are credited to commercial grower’s license when they attend meetings



  • Home gardening and landscape advice, soil testing and plant problem solving
    Horticultural consultation, educational programming
    Responsible for commercial horticulture in the areas of fruits and vegetables in Spartanburg, Greenville, York, Union and Cherokee Counties

Visit the statewide Horticulture website.