A. Douglas Worsham Weed Science Lecture Series

The series is named in honor of Dr. Douglas Worsham.  Dr. Worsham had a distinguished career in weed science at North Carolina State University for many years.  He had a positive influence on many students at both undergraduate and graduate levels.  Dr. Worsham also served many groups in North Carolina as well as groups at national and international levels through his generosity in sharing his knowledge and expertise in weed science.  Dr. Worsham has long been considered a unifying figure among weed scientists at North Carolina State University.

 

 

February 23, 2017:

Modeling Indaziflam Behavior and Performance: Implications for All Herbicides

Dr. Michael R. Schwarz
R&D Fellow, Agronomic Development
Crop Science Division
Bayer CropScience LP
RTP, NC

Michael Schwarz received his Ph.D. in Plant Pathology from the University of Wisconsin.  He has since held positions as an Extension Associate and Adjunct Professor of Plant Pathology at Cornell University, and various positions within Bayer CropScience such as Director of Seed Treatment Product Development, Group Leader for Fungicide Early Development, and Field Development Representative in the Northeastern United States.  Dr. Schwarz currently holds positions of R&D Fellow, Agronomic Development, at Bayer CropScience with primary responsibilities for developing and implementing integrated crop protection solutions for horticultural crops, and Adjunct Professor of Plant Pathology at North Carolina State University.  Dr. Schwarz has been recognized as an innovative leader in the development and implementation of short- to long-term strategic initiatives for seed treatment, soil-insecticide, fungicide, herbicide, nematicide, biological control, and transgenic solutions.

 

November 10, 2016:

Developing and Maintaining a Sustainable Tool Box to Manage Weeds

Dr. Stanley Culpepper,
University of Georgia

Dr. Stanley Culpepper received his BS degree from North Carolina State University and completed both MS and PhD degree programs at the same institution in Crop Science under the direction of Dr. Alan York in 1999. He is currently a Professor in the Department of Crop and Soil Sciences at the University of Georgia with research and extension responsibilities associated with weed management in a variety of crops. Dr. Culpeper’s contributions to management of herbicide-resistant weeds in cotton and other crops and development of alternatives to methyl bromide in vegetable production have been recognized at many levels worldwide.

 

September 1, 2016:

The Challenge of Herbicide Resistance: Possibilities for New Target Sites for Herbicides

Dr. Rex Liebl
BASF Corporation