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Prof Hani Saudy: Weed management
Professor of agronomy at  Faculty of Agriculture, Ain Shams University, Egypt

Hani Saber Sayed Saudy is an Egyptian professor specializing in crop physiology and management, with a focus on biotic and abiotic stresses on plants. Born on May 26, 1973, in Giza, he holds a B.Sc, M.Sc, and Ph.D. in Agronomy from Ain Shams University. Currently a Professor in the Agronomy Department at Ain Shams University, he has held various academic positions since 1995. Saudy’s expertise extends to weed science, drought, salinity, and nutrient stresses on plants. He has an H-Index of 20 and has received recognition, including an award from the Academy of Scientific Research & Technology, Egypt, in 2015.

Publication Profile:🌟👨‍🎓

B.Sc (Agronomy), Ain Shams University, 1995. M.Sc (Agronomy), Ain Shams University, 2000. Ph.D (Agronomy), Ain Shams University, 2004


Academy of Scientific Research & Technology, Egypt, 2015 🏆


Professor at Ain Shams Uni. since 2009. Consulting for Agricultural Experiment & Research Center. Peer reviewer for various scientific journals. Advisory roles for farms and agricultural campaigns. Principal Investigator of a funded project on Plasma technology for crops in salt-affected soils


Egyptian Society of Agronomy. Egyptian Society of Weed Science. Editor for Journal of Environmental Science, Computer Science, and Engineering & Technology

  • Courses on Internal Audit, Academic Standards, Strategic Planning, and Curriculum Development

🌾 Hani Saudy, a passionate Egyptian agronomist, cultivates knowledge in crop physiology, stress impacts on plants, and organic farming. As a professor, researcher, and consultant, he’s dedicated to enhancing crop productivity and environmental sustainability. Awards adorn his journey, and his influence extends through memberships, editorial roles, and impactful projects.

🍇 Research Focus:

Dr. Hani Saudy’s extensive work encompasses the intricate realms of crop physiology and management. His research, spanning diverse projects, delves into the impact of environmental stresses on plants, including biotic factors like weeds and abiotic challenges such as drought, salinity, and nutrient deficiencies. Through innovative approaches like rhizospheric hydrogel application, bio stimulants, and humic acid supplementation, he seeks to enhance plant resilience. His studies on soybean genotypes, wheat antioxidant defense systems, and the integrated application of phosphorus and zinc reflect a dedication to sustainable agriculture. Dr. Saudy’s multidimensional expertise contributes significantly to understanding and improving plant health. 🌾🔬


Publications Top Notes:🌐🔬
Hani Saudy | Weed management | Best Researcher Award

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