Hardeman County Research

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Insects are among the greatest threats to agriculture. Tennessee farmers have seen some pests disappear, but in the process, new ones emerged, and they are attacking fields.


Recent Publications

Pleasant Run Park is site of first BEMORELIVEMORE benches in Hardeman County Elizer, A. H.  2019.  Bolivar Bulletin Tines.

Hardeman Healthy Outreach (H2O) grant and University of Tennessee Extension bring a new program and faces to the Hardeman County Extension office Elizer, A. H.  2019.  Bolivar Bulletin Times.

Contribution of Agriculture to Hardeman County, W583.  Hughes, D. W., H. E. Wright, S. Upendram, R. J. Menard, A. Smith, B. C. English, and K. L. Jensen.  2018.  University of Tennessee, Dept of Ag. & Resource Economics.

Hardeman County: SCHOOL IPM 2015 Inspection Checklist for Bolivar Middle School Demonstration Project. Report, 19 pp.  Barnwell, P., and K. M. Vail.  2015.  UT E&PP report to school.

Hardeman County Defoliation Trial Walk.  Raper, T. B.  2014.  news.utcrops.com, 6 Oct 2014.