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Congratulations, ESA Winner Kelly Hamby!

Kelly Hamby, assistant professor and Extension specialist in the Department of Entomology, University of Maryland, conducts a horticultural crop tour hosted by the Western Maryland Research and Education Center. The educational meeting gave fruit and vegetable producers a look at several of the ongoing projects at the research facility located in Washington County, MD, as well as the opportunity to interact with University of Maryland researchers and Extension specialists.

Congratulations, UC Davis alumna Kelly Hamby! Hamby, an assistant professor and extension specialist in the Department of Entomology at the University of Maryland-College Park, will receive the Early Career Professional (ECP) Extension Award during the...

Kelly Hamby, assistant professor and Extension specialist in the Department of Entomology, University of Maryland, conducts a horticultural crop tour hosted by the Western Maryland Research and Education Center. The educational meeting gave fruit and vegetable producers a look at several of the ongoing projects at the research facility located in Washington County, MD, as well as the opportunity to interact with University of Maryland researchers and Extension specialists.
Kelly Hamby, assistant professor and Extension specialist in the Department of Entomology, University of Maryland, conducts a horticultural crop tour hosted by the Western Maryland Research and Education Center. The educational meeting gave fruit and vegetable producers a look at several of the ongoing projects at the research facility located in Washington County, MD, as well as the opportunity to interact with University of Maryland researchers and Extension specialists.

Kelly Hamby, assistant professor and Extension specialist in the Department of Entomology, University of Maryland, conducts a horticultural crop tour hosted by the Western Maryland Research and Education Center. The educational meeting gave fruit and vegetable producers a look at several of the ongoing projects at the research facility located in Washington County, MD, as well as the opportunity to interact with University of Maryland researchers and Extension specialists.

Kelly Hamby (foreground) works on a lygus bioassay with a University of Maryland student.
Kelly Hamby (foreground) works on a lygus bioassay with a University of Maryland student.

Kelly Hamby (foreground) works on a lygus bioassay with a University of Maryland student.

Kelly Hamby works in a University of Maryland research field, a young raspberry planting
Kelly Hamby works in a University of Maryland research field, a young raspberry planting "where we are deploying spray card to evaluate spray coverage."

Kelly Hamby works in a University of Maryland research field, a young raspberry planting "where we are deploying spray card to evaluate spray coverage."

Posted on Thursday, November 2, 2017 at 3:49 PM
 
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