Natallia Gulbis MSc, BSc (Hons)
Mycorrhizal fungi mass production, application of mycorrhizal fungi in arable farming
Natallia Gulbis is responsible for mass production of mycorrhizal fungi using in vivo and in vitro methods, and also inocula QA. Her other activities include development of strategy and application methods of mycocrrhizal fungi in arable farming; promotion of soil microbiology (mycorrhizal fungi and plant growth promoting rhizobacteria) in conservation agriculture.
She manages field trials that involve microorganisms produced by PlantWorks in collaboration with leading agronomy companies as well as with farmers directly. As a technical manager she is also responsible for R&D of new products.
Boyer et al (2016) The Use of Arbuscular Mycorrhizal Fungi to Improve Strawberry Production in Coir Substrate. Frontiers in Plant Science Vol 7
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