Interview with Clyde Sartor, July 26, 2016
Collection: Mississippi Agriculture Oral History Collection
Clyde Sartor grew up in Water Valley, Mississippi. Sartor worked as a cotton scout before he eventually came to receive a bachelor’s science and a master’s in biology at the University of Mississippi and later, a PhD at Mississippi State University. In the interview, Sartor talks about his former experience as a cotton consultant for a pesticide firm and an independent pesticide management consultant. Sartor also addresses topics including boll weevil and other cotton pest, environmental movements of the 20th century, and extension work as a cotton consultant.
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Clyde Sartor and Brian Williams, “Interview with Clyde Sartor, July 26, 2016,” UGA Special Collections Libraries Oral Histories, accessed July 13, 2020, http://russelllibraryoralhistory.org/RBRL420MA/RBRL420MA-001.