Extension Assistant Professor: Plant Pathologist

Ann Hazelrigg is the the director of the Plant Diagnostic Clinic, a statewide resource for commercial growers, Master Gardeners, home gardeners and the general public to identify disease, insect and weed samples and make recommendations for control based on integrated pest management (IPM) principles. She also oversees the Master Gardener Program, the UVM Pesticide Education and Safety Program and the Extension E-IPM program.

Publications

  • Hazelrigg, A. and Kingsley-Richards, S. 2015. Strawberry pest Management Strategic Plan-Publication for the northeast and northern states for current pesticide and IPM controls for strawberry. http://www.northeastipm.org/neipm/assets/File/Strawberry-PMSP-2015.pdf

  • Hazelrigg, A.L. 2015. The Efficacy and non-target impacts of an organic disease management systems containing biostimulants compared with two sulfur-based systems on four apple cultivars in Vermont. Ph.D. Dissertation. http://scholarworks.uvm.edu/cgi/viewcontent.cgi?article=1333&context=graddis

  • Hazelrigg, A.L., L.P Berkett, H.M Darby, J. Gorres and R. Parsons. 2015. The efficacy and non-target impacts of an organic disease management system containing biostimulants compared with two sulfur-based systems on foliar and fruit diseases, tree growth, yield and fruit quality on three apple cultivars in Vermont, USA. Avignon, France. June 2015. ActaHort In press.

  • Hazelrigg, A.L., L.P Berkett, H.M Darby, J. Gorres and R. Parsons. 2015. Non-target impacts of an organic disease management system containing biostimulants compared with two sulfur-based systems on pest and beneficial arthropod populations on three apple cultivars in Vermont, USA. Avignon, France. June 2015. ActaHort In press.

  • Hazelrigg, A.L., L.P Berkett, H.M Darby, J. Gorres and R. Parsons. 2015. Non-target impacts of an organic disease management system containing biostimulants compared with two sulfur-based systems on phytophagous mite populations on the apple cultivar ‘Zestar!’ in Vermont, USA. Avignon, France. June 2015. ActaHort In press.

  • Hazelrigg, A. and Kingsley-Richards, S. 2008. New England Pepper Pest Management Strategic Plan. http://www.ipmcenters.org/pmsp/pdf/ME-NH-VT-MA-RI-CTPepperPMSP.pdf

  • Hazelrigg, A. and Kingsley-Richards, S. 2007. New England Strawberry Pest Management   Strategic Plan. http://www.ipmcenters.org/pmsp/pdf/NewEnglandStrawberryPMSP.pdf

  • Hazelrigg, A. and Kingsley-Richards, S. 2006. New England High Bush Blueberry Pest Management Strategic Plan. http://www.ipmcenters.org/pmsp/pdf/NE_Blueberry_PMSP.pdf

Associations and Affiliations

Ann L. Hazelrigg

Education

  • PhD University of Vermont
  • MS Cornell University
  • BS Colorado State University

Contact

Phone:
  • (802) 656-0493
Office Location:

Jeffords Hall, 63 Carrigan Drive, Burlington, VT 05405