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Agronomic Crops
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Agronomic Crops

Helping growers with profitable and environmental crop production

Clemson Extension agents with primary agronomic responsibilities work closely with state Extension specialists and researchers located on campus and at research and education centers across the state. They provide expertise on topics such as production, pest management, harvesting and post-harvesting processes for commodities such as soybeans, corn and tobacco.

Pest Management Handbook

SC Official Variety Trials

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South Carolina Crops Blog

Through the S.C. Crops Blog, Clemson agricultural scientists and Cooperative Extension Agents provide producers with the latest pest, weather, disease and variety trial information, and post news and updates from workshops and Field Days.

SC Crops Blog


The Clemson IPM newsletter provides timely updates throughout production cycles for stakeholders with information on pest management and on-going research. The Clemson IPM program is supported by the USDA NIFA Crop Protection and Pest Management Extension Implementation Program.

IPM Blog
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The Land-Grant Press publishing program is expanding offerings with additional publication series dedicated to the needs of various Cooperative Extension and University audiences. The Land-Grant Press mission is to provide science-based, peer-reviewed scholarly work for the purpose of practical application.

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