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Gulf Coast Research and Education Center

Gulf Coast Research and Education Center

Dr. Hung Bui is currently a Biological Scientist III at the University of Florida GCREC and doing research on alternative strategies to manage plant-parasitic nematodes on vegetables and fruits of Florida by non-fumigant nematicides (chemical and biologically based nematicides) and cover crops. He also uses morphological and molecular techniques to identify plant-parasitic nematodes with an emphasis on Meloidogyne species. He also studies the plant-parasitic nematodes associated with new specialty crops in Florida such as hops, hemp, artichoke, and Asian vegetables. Also, studying the effects of microbial volatile organic compounds and secondary metabolites to control plant-parasitic nematodes is of his interest.

Contact

Rm. 212
Gulf Coast Research and Education Center
14625 CR 672
Wimauma, FL 33598
813-419-6634

Email:  hungbui@ufl.edu or bxhungdhct@gmail.com
https://linkedin.com/in/hung-bui-58898a67
https://scholar.google.com/citations?user=cs9OPUYAAAAJ&hl=en
https://wordpress.com/view/nematologisthungbui.wordpress.com

Bui CV

  • Education

    Education:

    2014-2019 Ph.D. Nematology, University at Urbana-Champaign
    2010-2012 M.Sc. Agricultural Engineering, Szent Istvan University, Hungary
    2003-2009 B.Sc. Agronomy, Can Tho University, Vietnam