- Crop & Soil Sciences
- National Environmentally Sound Production Agriculture Laboratory (NESPAL)
About Stanley Culpepper
Stanley Culpepper is a Professor and Extension Agronomist in the Crop and Soil Science Department at The University of Georgia. Stanley began his professional career at The University of Georgia as cotton, vegetable and small grain weed scientist in 1999, and continues with those same responsibilities today.
Stanley has been an invited speaker at 261 functions across 24 states and several countries. In Georgia, he has presented timely information to growers at 546 county meetings and 115 field days while also training extension agents during 103 in-service meetings. He has authored or co-authored 92 refereed journal articles, 4 book chapters, 353 abstracts for presentations at professional meetings, 211 extension publications and 171 newsletters/blogs.
Additionally, Stanley has authored 16 successful Section 18 packages/critical use nomination packages and coauthored 33 Section 24(c) state herbicide labels bringing new weed management tools to Georgia growers.
Stanley has been very fortunate to receive numerous honors with his greatest award accomplishment being the first person in Extension to win the EPA’s Montreal Protocol Award for assisting in the preservation of the ozone layer and his greatest professional honor was being invited to serve as a member of the Agricultural Science Committee of the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency’s Science Advisory Board.