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Darrell D. Hensley
Extension Specialist III
Plant Pathology

Groups and Facilities

2 mentions

UT Crops 
Statewide trials and management of corn, cotton, soybean, and small grains.

1 mention

Protected Agriculture 
From hydroponics to organic raised beds, from computer-controlled greenhouses to simple rain shelters.



Learn best pest management practices at UTís Landscape Review, 9/10/2013


Recent Publications

What to Consider When Choosing a Pest Management Company Barnwell, P.  2016.  Pests and Pesticides in Child-serving Facilities: An IPM Newsletter, 9(4):6.

Insect pest management is alive and well in Tennessee.  Steckel, S. J., and S. D. Stewart.  2016.  Proc. Beltwide Cotton Conf., Pp. 195-197.

Pest Management Help on the Horizon Stewart, S. D.  2016.  Cotton Grower, April 6, 2016.

Webcast Offers Tips to Minimize Pest Management Impact on Bees Stewart, S. D.  2016.  Cotton Grower, Oct 12, 2016.

Household and Structural Pest Management for Professionals Vail, K. M.  2016.  PB 1690. Insect and Plant Disease Control Manual. UT Extension (revision).

Biological control as an ecologically-based pest management technique in forest systems Wiggins, G. J., J. F. Grant, and P. L. Lambdin.  2016.  Proceedings: The XXV International Congress of Entomology, Orlando, FL, September 25-30.

Pest Management Strategic Plan for Container and Field-Produced Nursery Crops.  Braman, S. K., M. Chappell, J. H. Chong, A. Fulcher, N. W. Gauthier, W. E. Klingeman, G. Knox, A. LeBude, J. Neal, S. A. White, F. A. Hale, and A. S. Windham.  2015.  Pest Management Strategic Plan.

Southeast Regional Organic Blueberry Pest Management Guide Brannen, P., E. Little, B. Cline, and S. C. Bost.  2015.  University of Georgia Bulletin 1440-01.

An ornamental plant pest management guide and pesticide rotation planning aid.  Chong, Juang-Horng, W. E. Klingeman, and F. A. Hale.  2015.  W 329, UT Extension.

Multiplier effect: How a pest management strategic plan creates a foundation for productivity.  Fulcher, A., S. A. White, A. V. LeBude, C. R. Adkins, S. K. Braman, M. R. Chappell, J. H. Chong, J. F. Derr, W. C. Dunwell, F. A. Hale, W. E. Klingeman, and A. S. Windham.  2015.  Proceedings of the 8th International IPM Symposium, 8:68.

Edible ornamental plant pest management: Options for controlling arthropod pests on fruiting trees and shrubs in residential landscapes.  Lockwood, D. W., W. E. Klingeman, F. A. Hale, and N. R. Bumgarner.  2015.  W 339, UT Extension.

The Other CSA: Climate Smart Agriculture Logan, J.  2015.  Annual meeting of the American Society of Horticultural Science., New Orleans, LA. Aug 3-6, 2015.