Hedges in 1915
August 24, 1878|
December 17, 1956 (aged 78)|
San Francisco, California
|Alma mater||University of Michigan|
|Known for||Botany, Plant pathology|
|Institutions||United States Department of Agriculture|
Life and career
Hedges was born in Lansing, Michigan. She graduated from University of Michigan in 1901. Much of her work involved investigations into bacteria-induced plant disease. Charlotte Elliot, Hellie A. Brown, Edith Cash, Mary Katharine Bryan, Anna Jenkins, and Lucia McCulloch, Pearle Smith, and Angie Beckwith were among the people she worked with while a researcher at the USDA.
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- Harveson, Robert M.; Schwartz, Howard F.; Urrea, Carlos A.; Yonts, C. Dean (2015-10-22). "Bacterial Wilt of Dry-Edible Beans in the Central High Plains of the U.S.: Past, Present, and Future". Plant Disease. 99 (12): 1665–1677. doi:10.1094/PDIS-03-15-0299-FE. ISSN 0191-2917.
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- Staff report (1957). Deaths. The Michigan Alumnus - Volume 63 - Page 252
- IPNI. Hedges.
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