Cláudio Hideo Martins da Costa
Graduated in Agronomy from the Faculty of Agronomic Sciences (UNESP, Botucatu, 2008), Master's degree (2011) and PhD-Sandwich (2015) in Agronomy (Agriculture) from the Faculty of Agronomic Sciences (UNESP Botucatu) and University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. Has international experiences at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln (USA) in 2008 for 6 months, and at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign in 2014 for 8 months through Scholarship Research Internship abroad (BEPE/FAPESP). He was a professor at the Faculty of Higher Education and Integral Training - FAEF in the discipline of Soil Fertility (Soils II). He's currently Professor at the Federal University of Goiás - Jataí Regional. Has experience in Agriculture, focusing on agricultural production systems and soil fertility management, working mainly on rice, corn, beans, cowpea, crambe and soybeans, in soil and nitrogen corrective themes. (Text informed by the author)
Agricultural production systems, crop management and soil fertility, acting mainly on sugarcane, castor, cassava, wheat, oats and peanut crops.
Phytotechnics, Soils and Plant Nutrition