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George M. Killgore

Extension Director

University of Tennessee Athletics

HQ Phone:  (865) 974-1000

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Knoxville, Tennessee,37996

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Background Information

Employment History

Director of the Davidson County Office of the University

Tennessee Agricultural Extension Service


Davidson Country Extension Director

Tennessee State University


Affiliations

Tennessee Association of Agricultural Agents

Member


Education

Chattanooga Central High School


B.S. degree

Agriculture

Tennessee Technological University


MS degree

Agricultural Extension Education

University of Tennessee


Web References(21 Total References)


www.starhq.com

University of Tennessee Agricultural Extension agent George Kilgore told The Tennessean cool-weather crops have already gone into the field.
Kilgore said commercial growers report 30 percent of their crop already in the ground. "We're about two weeks ahead of schedule in our weather conditions, and a lot of the cool-season crops have gone to the field early, such as broccoli, cabbage, cauliflower, turnips, potatoes and onions," he said. Kilgore said farmers and gardeners will likely have to spray earlier for them this year.


www.tennessean.com

George M. Killgore, Davidson Country extension director for the University of Tennessee and Tennessee State University, surveyed several area farms last week.
On one large greens farm, 50 to 75 acres of turnips should have been ready for market this week. Instead, they were underwater. "You look into (the farmers') eyes, and it's just like they can't grasp what's happened," Killgore said.


southeastfarmpress.com

Special out-of-state speakers include: Robert Klein, an Extension cropping systems specialist at the West Central Research and Extension Center in North Platte, Neb.; Ron Morse, a vegetable crops researcher at Virginia Tech University; Ric Weinzierl, an Extension entomologist at the University of Illinois; Maurus Brown, a viticulturist at The Ohio State University South Center in Piketon, Ohio; Joe Masabni, an Extension vegetable specialist at Texas A & M University; Annette Wszelaki, a commercial vegetable production specialist at the University of Tennessee; Tammy Algood, an Extension food marketing specialist at the University of Tennessee, Nashville, Tenn.; George Killgore, the Extension director at the University of Tennessee Extension's office in Davidson County, Tenn. and Dave Lockwood, an Extension fruit specialist at the University of Tennessee.


www.tennessean.com

George Killgore, a University of Tennessee extension agent in Davidson County, said the prospects for Tennessee's pumpkin growers, who have planted about 4,000 acres, were very poor this year."With the high temperatures, these plants just wilt during the day, and when a plant wilts, it shuts down," he said."There's no energy going to the roots."Killgore said the normal jack-o'-lantern pumpkin that weighs 10 to 15 pounds will instead weigh 6 to 8 pounds."So it's a double whammy," he said.


www.wsmv.com

George Killgore, a University of Tennessee extension agent in Davidson County, said the prospects for Tennessee's pumpkin growers, who have planted about 4,000 acres, are very poor this year.Killgore said the normal jack-o'-lantern pumpkin that weighs 10 to 15 pounds will instead weigh 6 to 8 pounds."So it's a doublewhammy," he said.


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