Hari Dadu

Research Scientist, Agriculture Victoria, Horsham

Hari Dadu is a Research Scientist at Agriculture Victoria, Horsham. He currently manages the cereal disease program and his research work primarily includes developing strategies for management of foliar diseases of wheat, barley and oats. His current research examines the incidence, distribution, impact and control of cereal diseases; Septoria tritici blotch in wheat, Spot form of net blotch in barley and Red leather leaf in oats. 

 Prior to working with Agriculture Victoria, Hari completed his Ph.D. in Agriculture at the University of Melbourne, Melbourne in 2019. His research during his Ph.D. was aimed at the identification and characterisation of resistance sources to ascochyta blight within the exotic germplasm of lentil.  

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