Person

Melody Teague Rose

Extension Agent III | Greene County

Specialization: Consumer Horticulture & Master Gardeners

Overview

Master Gardeners; Consumer Horticulture; Volunteer Management; Leadership Education for Adult Audiences; Burley Tobacco; Fruits and Vegetables; Viticulture and Oenology; and Appalachian Natives & Woodland Habitats

Outreach Focus

Coordinate local Master Gardener program; provide resources for agritourism, commercial fruit and vegetable production, and consumer horticulture enterprises; and provide pathways for networking/partnerships among local horticultural businesses.

Research Questions
  • Demonstrating the Impact of Brassica Cover Crops on Soil Management and Plant Health and Quality in Small Fruit Plantings in the Mid-South
  • Evaluating Cultivar Selection and Integrated Pest Management Practices Economically to Support Blueberry Growers in the Mid-South
  • Creating a Cycle of Sustainability on the Homestead
Melody Teague Rose image
105 Greene County Extension Office Space
204 N. Cutler Street
Greeneville, TN 37745-3847
Professional Certifications
  • Certified Wine Judge, American Wine Society, Issued 1/1/2019
  • EMT-Level II First Responder, Department of Emergency Services, Issued 1/1/1999
Education and Training
  • MS, Agriculture, General, Univ of Tennessee Knoxville*, 2016
  • TN Commercial Certification, category 10, TDA, Issued 11/15/2008
  • TN Commercial Certification, category 15, TDA, Issued 11/15/2008
  • BS, Agriculture, General, Berea College, 1998
Responsible Area(s)
  • Agriculture and Natural Resources
  • 4-H Youth Development
  • Community Economic Development

Melody Teague Rose

Extension Agent III | Greene County
Melody Teague Rose image
105 Greene County Extension Office Space
204 N. Cutler Street
Greeneville, TN 37745-3847
Professional Certifications
  • Certified Wine Judge, American Wine Society, Issued 1/1/2019
  • EMT-Level II First Responder, Department of Emergency Services, Issued 1/1/1999
Education and Training
  • MS, Agriculture, General, Univ of Tennessee Knoxville*, 2016
  • TN Commercial Certification, category 10, TDA, Issued 11/15/2008
  • TN Commercial Certification, category 15, TDA, Issued 11/15/2008
  • BS, Agriculture, General, Berea College, 1998
Responsible Area(s)
  • Agriculture and Natural Resources
  • 4-H Youth Development
  • Community Economic Development
Overview

Master Gardeners; Consumer Horticulture; Volunteer Management; Leadership Education for Adult Audiences; Burley Tobacco; Fruits and Vegetables; Viticulture and Oenology; and Appalachian Natives & Woodland Habitats

Outreach Focus

Coordinate local Master Gardener program; provide resources for agritourism, commercial fruit and vegetable production, and consumer horticulture enterprises; and provide pathways for networking/partnerships among local horticultural businesses.

Research Questions
  • Demonstrating the Impact of Brassica Cover Crops on Soil Management and Plant Health and Quality in Small Fruit Plantings in the Mid-South
  • Evaluating Cultivar Selection and Integrated Pest Management Practices Economically to Support Blueberry Growers in the Mid-South
  • Creating a Cycle of Sustainability on the Homestead