1. Department staff and subjects
Department established in 1975, there are teachers: Assoc. TS Trinh Xuan Vu (Head of the Division from 1975 - 1998), Ms. Dinh Ngoc Loan, Ms. Chung Thanh Tu, Ms. Vu Thi My Lien, Mr. Hoang Quy Chau, PhD. Pham Hong Duc Phuoc (Head of Department from 1999 - 2007), PhD. Bui Minh Tri, MSc. Nguyen Ngoc Tri, MSc. Nguyen Ngoc Chau.
1 Mr. Pham Van Hien, Assoc. Dr. (email@example.com) (Head of Department)
Field of study: Plant physiology
2) Mr. Nguyen Hong Duc, MSc. (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Currently studying in Hungary for Doctoral program
3) Mrs. Pham Thi Ngoc, MSc. (email@example.com) – retired yet still teaching and traing subjects on her field of study
Field of study: Agricultural microbiology, Mushroom production.
Research interest: Techniques for growing mushrooms, asexual propagation.
4) Mr. Tran Trung Dung, MSc. (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Research interest: plant physiology, tissue culture and plant growth regulators.
Currently studying in Taiwan for Doctoral program
5) Ms. Phang Hai Van, BSc. (email@example.com)
Research interest: plant physiology and crops' root fungi.
* PARTNERSHIP COOPERATION
- TS Vo Thai Dan: teaching subject Molecular Biology
- Assoc. Trinh Xuan Vu, PhD. Pham Hong Duc Phuoc, PhD. Bui Minh Tri: In charge of Plant Physiology for Postgraduate program
2. Results of scientific research
- Establish a hydroponic production model for vegetables (lettuce, chili, tomatoes), flowers (carnations, lily, daisies), fruit trees (strawberries).
- Research on stimulating preparations to prevent diseases such as blast (rice), anthracnose, powdery mildew (vegetables, flowers, fruit trees).
- Application of useful probiotics in cultivation.
- Implemented project: Analyzing food value of bamboo shoots (Dendrocalamus latiforus Munro), surveying fertilizer and breeding regimes suitable to the ecological conditions of the Southeast region (Ministry-level project).
- AWI (Combining large-scale farming and animal husbandry in Dong Nai, Binh Duong, Long An and Ho Chi Minh City), FAO, 2002-2004; Cocoa development project in Vietnam (International Project).
3. Development orientations
3.1 Human Resources
Recruiting more personnel and fostering professional training abroad to develop the subject.
3.2 Research topics and directions
- Direction of microbiology and mushroom research: Researching on cultivation of edible mushrooms and medicinal mushrooms, processing of mushroom products.
- Project prepared for implementation: Research on the production of white abalone mushrooms (Pleurotus florida) from agricultural and forestry waste products in the Mekong Delta (Ministry level project)
- Research on plant physiology: Using plant growth regulators and foliar fertilizers to increase fruit set and raise fruit on fruit trees. Using resistance-stimulating preparations to help plants resist anthracnose (chilli, grapes, mangoes) and rice blast disease; Extensive deployment of hydroponic production models for vegetables and flowers; Deploy models to overcome the root rot yellowing on citrus.
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