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Dr. Bob Kemerait is the Associate Professor of Plant Pathology at the University of Georgia. He is a specialist in controlling and treating disease and plant parasitic nematodes for cotton, peanuts, corn and soybeans. He received his bachelor’s degree in biology at Davidson College in North Carolina. After his undergrad, he traveled deeper into the South, where he pursued a bachelor’s degree in biology and a doctorate in plant pathology at the University of Florida. At the Moultrie, GA, agAcademy, Bob spoke about identifying Target Spot disease in cotton and the impact it has on yield in the southeastern region of the Cotton Belt.
Check out the Moultrie agAcademy page to learn more about other topics discussed at the event.