Mohamed A. Elwakil

Mohamed A. Elwakil
Mansoura University · Department of Plant Pathology

Emeritus Professor
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Introduction
Prof. Elwakil currently is a Full-time Emeritus Professor of Plant Pathology at the Faculty of Agriculture of Mansoura University, Egypt. He received B.Sc. in Agricultural Science (Cairo University) in 1966 and Ph.D. (Alexandria University) in 1976. He attended about 40 International Workshops and Conferences and visited more than 30 countries. Prof. Elwakil received the Arab Fertilizers Association Prize (2009). In 2015, he received the Presidency State Merit Award in Agricultural Sciences. In August 2017, The president of Egypt awarded him Wissam (order) of Science and Art of the first class.
Additional affiliations
June 2004 - present
Mansoura University
Position
  • Emeritus Professor of Plant Pathology
April 2001 - June 2004
Mansoura University
Position
  • • Chairman of Plant Pathology Dept.
July 1991 - February 1993
Mansoura University
Position
  • Chairman of Plant Pathology Dept., Faculty of Agric., Mansoura Univ., Egypt 1991-93
Education
September 1971 - August 1976
Alexandria University
Field of study
  • Plant Pathology
February 1967 - August 1971
Alexandria University
Field of study
  • Plant Pathology
September 1962 - June 1966
Cairo University
Field of study
  • General Agriculture

Projects

Projects (3)
Project
The goals of this self funding project is to address Green chemicals as a potential to control plant diseases, scaling up crop production along with higher quality . Minimize accumulation of heavy metals in the edible parts of plants irrigate with industrial and municipal contaminants found in irrigating water. Moreover, reduce the over dependence on the toxic pesticides . This work also integrated in solving the serious gab between the production of food and the explosive increase of population in the third world