Dr. Rob Gulden grew up on farms in Germany and Manitoba. He received a Master’s degrees in nitrogen fixation from the University of Manitoba, a PhD on volunteer canola from the University of Saskatchewan and worked as a post-doc in corn-soybean systems at the University of Guelph before joining the Department of Plant Science as a faculty member in 2007. His research specializes in weed and crop biology and development of weed and crop management strategies that minimize the effect of weeds on crop production while reducing the reliance on pesticides. His areas of expertise include agronomy, crop production, applied crop and weed ecology, crop-weed-microbe interactions, and biostatistics.
University of Manitoba