Portrait of Wayne Parrott

Wayne Parrott

Wayne Parrott is a professor in the Department of Crop and Soil Sciences at the University of Georgia College of Agricultural and Environmental Sciences.
Area(s) of Expertise: Plant Breeding, Genetics and Genomics


10/18/22 - CAES produces Ph.D. plant breeders ready for top green industry jobs 03/15/22 - The science and secrets of four-leaf clovers 01/28/21 - UGA doctoral program cultivates budding plant scientists 06/22/20 - UGA plant breeder Wayne Parrott honored by American Seed Trade Association 12/03/18 - University of Georgia researchers look to increase the pace of sustainable crop innovation with the help of the lowly bladderwort 10/05/18 - Students and faculty discuss the multifaceted issues surrounding genetically modified crops 09/05/18 - Scientists put soy in the spotlight at international conference hosted by UGA 05/09/18 - UGA scientist Wayne Parrott named Distinguished Research Professor 04/11/18 - Scientists work to produce poplar trees, switchgrass that can efficiently convert to biofuels 12/21/16 - Kudzu-bug-resistant soybeans in development at the University of Georgia 08/18/16 - UGA plant breeder takes the mystery out of GMO crops 05/09/12 - NSF grant will help scientists uncover hidden soybean genes 03/31/11 - New UGA research aimed at crop-claiming soybean fungus 07/15/10 - UGA plant breeder takes luck out of finding four-leaf clover 11/20/08 - Soybean grant gives researchers tools to unravel better bean 10/12/06 - Students view sustainable agriculture firsthand 07/26/04 - UGA gets $5.6 million grant for corn improvement 03/12/03 - UGA to offer applied biotechnology major 04/03/01 - The GMO Controversy and the Ivory Tower