Post: Associate Professor /Deputy Coordinator do PPGFs
Doctorate Degree: Texas A&M University
Master’s Degree: Universidade Federal de Mato Grosso do Sul (UFMS)
Graduation: Universidade Federal de Mato Grosso do Sul (UFMS)
Weed science, environmental fate and behavior of herbicides, weed resistance in lowland areas.
Line of Research
Ecophysiology and weed management; herbology and environment: dynamics of herbicides and climate change; physiology of herbicidal action and plant resistance to herbicides; technology and innovation in herbology.
My research activities are focused in the e-fate of pesticides, mainly herbicide, in the context of lowland production system. Within this subject we are currently conducting research on carryover, enhanced degradation, dissipation, transport and formulation of herbicides. We are also interested in the impact of climate change on the behavior of herbicides in the environment, the occurrence and management of weed resistant to herbicides in lowland areas and the use of application technology to minimize transport of herbicides.