This EPP seminar will be presented by Dr. Heather Kelly. Dr. Kelly will be discussing the Extension Field Crops Pathology program.
National Pollinator Week is coming to a close, but it’s important to remember the importance of this event. While small and often inconspicuous, pollinators provide a wonderful service to our environment, economy, and culture. Even if it’s just one week of admiration for these critters, it’s imperative we consider pollinators and appreciate all they do for us as much as we can. Above, you can see a collage created by Dr. Jennifer Tsuruda. Below, you can see Governor Bill Lee’s 2021 proclamation. From here at UT, here are quotes from the Dean of Extension and the Vice President/Chancellor of UTIA: “National pollinator week is a great time to reflect upon how important pollinators are across our ecosystems. Without them,
Dr. Zachariah Hansen, Assistant Professor and Extension Specialist, has recently published two management guides for common pumpkin diseases and Strawberry Anthracnose in Tennessee. Here are the links to both: Pumpkin Diseases Strawberry Anthracnose Be sure to check them out!