Dr. Snow Barlow
Understanding the physiology of plant is important not only in the improvement of plant growing but the produces from the farming. In recent years, how environment such as H2O,CO2 and temperature affect agriculture has been a much discussed topic. Vine cannot be immune from the impact given by these environmental factors.
Dr. Snow Barlow has conducted research in the areas of plant physiology, the environment determinants (H2O,CO2 and temperature) of grape growth and wine quality, efficient water usage, Australian viticultural terroir and the impact of climate change on Australian Agricultural Systems.
Dr. Barlow has also been heavily involved in the following recent projects and consultancies:
"Physiology of Grape Quality"-funded by the Grape and Wine R & D Corp.
"Novel irrigation strategies for manipulating grapevine growth and grape composition" funded by Australian Research Council.
"Orchard of the 21 st Century" Farm Innovation Project at Dookie funded by Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries Australia and Horticulture Australia Ltd .
"Landscape Change in the Goulburn Broken Catchment" consultancy with the Alexandra and Associates for Goulburn Broken Catchment Management Authority
We are honoured to have Dr. Barlow in the consulting team. For consulting needs, please contact us.