UC Davis Plant SciencesPatrick Brown


Lab Members

Saiful Muhammad

Saiful Muhammad

Curriculum Vitae

Email: smuhammad@ucdavis.edu

Education:

Ph.D. University of California, Davis Horticulture and Agronomy (in progress)

M.Sc (Hons) in Agriculture with Specialization in Horticulture NWFP Agriculture University Peshawar, Pakistan 2000.

B.Sc (Hons) Agriculture, Horticulture as a Major NWFP Agriculture University Peshawar, Pakistan 1998.

Research Interests: Nutrient budget approach to nutrient management in Almond

Muhammad Ismail Siddiqui

Muhammad Ismail Siddiqui

Email: misiddiqui@ucdavis.edu

Education:

Ph.D. University of California, Davis, Horticulture and Agronomy (in progress)

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Andres Olivos

Email: aolivos@ucdavis.edu

Education:
M.Sc.  and Horticulture and Agronomy, University of California Davis (in progress)

Ph.D. Student Horticulture and Agronomy University of California Davis  (in progress)

Research Interests: Plant Nutrition, root uptake of water and solutes, water and
solutes transport through the soil, plant water relations.

Maziar Mollaei Kandelous

Maziar Mollaei Kandelous

Curriculum Vitae

Email: mkandelous@ucdavis.edu

Education:

Ph.D. Department of Land, Air, Water Resources, University of California Davis. (in progress)

M.Sc. Department of Irrigation and Reclamation Engineering, Faculty of Soil and water engineering -College of Agricultural and Natural Resources, University of Tehran, 2006

B.Sc. Department of Irrigation and Drainage Engineering, College of Abooreihan, University of Tehran, 2004

Research Interests: Micro irrigation (especially drip irrigation), soil-water-plant relationships, numerical modeling of water movement and solute transport in the soil (vadose zone), optimization.

Teaching:

Courses:

Location:

Principals of Drainage 

Department of Irrigation and Drainage Engineering - College of Abooreihan - University of Tehran - Iran

 

Drainage System Design

Drainage Engineering

Principals of Irrigation 

Azad University, Damghaan, Iran

Publications:

Kandelous, M. M., Liaghat, A. and Abbasi, F. (2008). Estimating soil moisture pattern in subsurface drip irrigation using dimensional analysis method. J. of agri. Sci. 39(2): 371-378.

Kandelous, M M, Simunek, J. (2010). Comparison of numerical, analytical, and empirical models to estimate wetting patterns for surface and subsurface drip irrigation. Irrigation Science, 28(5):435-444.

Kandelous, M M, Simunek, J. (2010). Numerical simulation of water movement in a subsurface drip irrigation system under field and laboratory condition using HYDRUS-2D. Agri. Water Manag, 97(7):1070-1076.

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Sebastian Saa Silva

Curriculum Vitae

Email: ssaasilva@ucdavis.edu

Address: Department of Plant Sciences

University of California, Davis, CA 95616

Phone: (530) 219 2137

Education:

Ph.D. University of California, Davis, Horticulture and Agronomy  (in progress)

University of California- Davis, Extension center. Three certificates of Achievement, 2008

Professional Degree of Agric. Engineer- Fruticulture Production Pontificia Universidad Catolica de Chile, Chile. Class of Honor Certificate. 2007.

B.S. Sci Pontificia Universidad Catolica de Chile, Chile, 2005.

Research Interests: Plant Nutrition in Perennial Horticulture. Precision Agriculture. Plant Physiology. Nutrient Physiology. Parametric Statistic.

On Going Projects:

Development Of Leaf Sampling And Interpretation Methods For Almond.

Potassium Effects On Almond Spur Performance And Photosynthate Transport.

Zn-Foliar-Uptake.

Publications:

Brown Patrick, Eike Luedeling, Sebastian Saa, Jeremy Nunez; Development of leaf sampling and interpretation methods for Almond; poster; 2009;ESTADOS UNIDOS DE AMERICA; International Plant Nutrition Conference, Sacramento, USA.

Patrick Brown, Saiful Muhammad, Sebastian Saa Silva and Eike Luedeling; Development of Leaf Sampling Methods and Nutrient-budget fertilization Almond Board of California 2009.

Patrick Brown, Sebastian Saa Silva, Kenneth Shackel, Michael Whiting, Theodore Sammis, Bruce Lampinen, David Slaughter; Advanced Sensing and Management Technologies to Optimize Resource Use in Perennial Crops: Nutrient and Water Status ASHS Palm Spring, California 2010.

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