Dr. Jean Williams-Woodward, Extension Plant Pathologist at University of Georgia
Dr. Jean Williams-Woodward is an Extension Plant Pathologist at the University of Georgia in Athens. She has been with UGA for 26 years. She provides statewide plant disease diagnosis and management recommendations and extension programming for ornamental plants in commercial greenhouses, nurseries and landscapes, as well as urban and commercial forestry, hydroponics, Christmas trees, alfalfa, and hemp. She also coordinates the multidisciplinary Master of Plant Protection and Pest Management graduate program and teaches undergraduate and graduate courses on diagnosis of plant diseases, clinical plant pathology, and ornamental pest management.
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