William Frame

Dr. William “Hunter” Frame is a Virginia native and graduate of Virginia Tech (B.S. and Ph. D.) as well as the University of Tennessee Knoxville (M.S.). He major in Crop and Soil Environmental Sciences and Plant Sciences with his advanced degrees focused on nitrogen fertilizer management in winter wheat, corn and burley tobacco systems. He has been a faculty member at Virginia Tech since May 2012 as the Field Crop Agronomist where his program focuses on agronomic issues in cotton production and enhanced efficiency nitrogen fertilizer management in non-legume field crops. Currently he is serving as the project director on the TFI 4R funded grant ($874,980): An integrated approach for nitrogen management in Upland Cotton (Gossypium hirsutum) across the U.S. Cotton Belt from 2019 – 2024. When not running his research and Extension program Dr. Frame enjoys watching his daughter on the softball field and bow hunting whitetail deer.