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Kenneth W. Seebold, Jr.

Kenneth W. Seebold, Jr., Ph.D.
Extension Plant Pathologist

Department of Plant Pathology
University of Kentucky
207 Plant Science Building
Lexington, KY 40546-0312

telephone: (859) 218-0721
FAX: (859) 323-1961
e-mail:kwseebold@uky.edu

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Education Ph.D. in Plant Pathology, 1998, University of Florida-Gainesville
M.S. in Plant Pathology, 1994, Auburn University
B.S. in Integrated Pest Management, 1990, Auburn University
   
Focus State-wide educational and applied research programs in disease management of:
  • Tobacco
  • Vegetables
  • Greenhouse systems
   
Employment Highlights 1998 to Present
  • Associate Extension Professor, University of Kentucky, 2011-present
  • Assistant Extension Professor, University of Kentucky, 2005-2011
  • Assistant Professor, University of Georgia Coastal Plain Experiment Station-Tifton, 2000-2005
  • Fungicide Project Leader, Uniroyal Chemical Co., Inc., 1998 to 2000
   
Awards, Recognition, Service 2009 to Present
  • Outstanding Specialist Award, Kentucky Association of County Agricultural Agents (2010)
  • Editor-in-Chief, Plant Disease Management Reports (2012–2015)
  • Section Editor, Plant Disease Management Reports (2003-2012)
  • Editorial Advisory Board, Crop Protection (2004)
  • President, American Phytopathological Society – Southern Division (2008-2009)
   
Professional Affiliations
  • American Phytopathological Society
  • American Phytopathological Society – Southern Division
   
Recent Journal Publications 2009 to Present
  • Vincelli, P.A. and Seebold, K.W. 2009. Report of a watermelon mosaic potyvirus strain in Kentucky undetected by ELISA. Online. Plant Health Progress doi:10.1094/PHP-2009-0313-01-BR.
  • Xia, Y., Yu, K., Navarre, D., Seebold, K., Kachroo, A., and Kachroo, P. 2010. The glabra1 mutation affects cuticle formation and plant responses to microbes. Plant Physiology 154:1-14.
  • Coolong, T. and Seebold, K. 2011. Impact of fungicide program and powdery mildew resistance in three varieties of pumpkin. HortTechnology 21:533-538.
  • Ojiambo, P. S., Holmes, G. J., Britton, W., Keever, T., Adams, M. L., Babadoost, M., Bost, S. C., Boyles, R., Brooks, M., Damicone, J., Draper, M. A., Egel, D. S., Everts, K. L., Ferrin, D. M., Gevens, A. J., Gugino, B. K., Hausbeck, M. K., Ingram, D. M., Isakeit, T., Keinath, A. P., Koike, S. T., Langston, D., McGrath, M. T., Miller, S. A., Mulrooney, R., Rideout, S., Roddy, E., Seebold, K. W., Sikora, E. J., Thornton, A., Wick, R. L., Wyenandt, C. A., and Zhang, S. 2011. Cucurbit downy mildew ipmPIPE: A next generation web-based interactive tool for disease management and extension outreach. Online. Plant Health Progress doi:10.1094/PHP-2011-0411-01-RV.
   
Book Chapters 2009 to Present
  • Seebold, K.W. 2013. Using Fungicides to Manage Diseases on Field Crops – Tobacco. Pp. 98-101 in: Fungicides for Field Crops. D. Mueller, K. Wise, N. Dufault, C. Bradley, and M. Chilvers (Eds.). APS Press, St. Paul, MN. 112 pp.

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