Production agriculture specialists join Edisto
By Tom Lollis
Two production agriculture specialists have joined Clemson’s Edisto Research and Education Center in Blackville.
Jeremy Greene has been named cotton entomologist with research and Extension duties in the Department of Entomology, Soils and Plant Sciences. Will Henderson has been named Extension associate with statewide responsibilities for precision agriculture technology in the Department of Agricultural and Biological Engineering.
“We are very excited to have Dr. Greene and Mr. Henderson to provide expertise to our growers,” said Steve Meadows, Edisto center director.
Greene earned his master’s and doctoral degrees in entomology at Clemson. Previously, he served as Extension entomologist at the University of Arkansas. He will focus on the pests of cotton and soybeans.
Henderson earned his bachelor’s and master’s degrees in biosystems engineering at Clemson. He will provide support in precision agriculture, such as variable rate technology, GIS, GPS, and guidance systems.
For more information: Jeremy Greene, 803-284-3343, firstname.lastname@example.org and Will Henderson, 803-284-3343, email@example.com.