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Jean Williams-Woodward

Extension Plant Pathologist - Ornamentals, Forestry, Christmas Trees, Legume Forages
  • Plant Pathology
Shipping Address:
Athens, CAES Campus

Academic Background

Ph.D. in Plant Pathology, University of Minnesota, 1995
M.S. in Plant Pathology, University of Wyoming, 1991
B.S. in Crop Science, University of Wyoming, 1988

Extension Interests and Current Efforts

Diseases of Ornamentals: Commercial Greenhouses, Nurseries and Landscapes

Publications

Wade, G. L., Braman, S. K., and Williams-Woodward, J.  2007.  Selecting and Growing Azaleas. University of Georgia, CAES Cooperative Extension Service.  B-670.

Williams-Woodward, J.L.  2007.  Ornamentals.  In: 2006 Georgia Plant Disease Loss Estimates, A. Martinez (Compiler), University of Georgia CAES Cooperative Extension Service.  SB-41-09.

Williams-Woodward, J.L. 2006. Ornamentals. In: 2005 Georgia Plant Disease Loss Estimates, A. Martinez (Compiler), University of Georgia CAES Cooperative Extension Service. SB-41-08.

Williams-Woodward, Jean L. 2006. Seven deadly pitfalls can destroy your crops. Greenhouse Management and Production (GMPro). Vol. 26(8):60-68.

Williams-Woodward, Jean L. 2006. Disease Doctor: Aster yellows. Greenhouse Business. Vol.12(8):25-26

Williams-Woodward, J.L. 2006. Pansy Black Root Rot Alert. The Landscape Line. Georgia Center for Urban Agriculture, The University of Georgia. Vol. 1(4):1.

Allen, T., Williams-Woodward, J., and Pearce, M. 2005. Key to diseases of pines in the landscape. University of Georgia CAES Cooperative Extension Service. B-1284.

Pearce, M., and Williams-Woodward, J. 2005. Key to diseases of oaks in the landscape. University of Georgia CAES Cooperative Extension Service. B-1286.