BSc (Fujian), MSc (Wageningen), PhD (CSturt)
Dr Wu graduated in BSc from Fujian Agriculture and Forestry University before undertaking MSc studies and lecturing in farming systems and weed science. He completed his MSc at Wageningen University, The Netherlands in 1996, before commencing PhD studies at Charles Sturt University (1999).
Dr Wu then worked as a postdoctoral fellow on genetic markers of wheat allelopathy at CSU before joining Queensland Department of Primary Industries and Forestry to work on integrated weed management of summer weeds with QDPI&F between 2003-2005.
Dr Wu joined NSW Department of Primary Industries in 2006 and is currently leading the Weeds Research Team at Wagga Wagga Agricultural Institute.
Dr Wu is currently the project supervisor for the following projects:
He is project collaborator for the following projects:
Stanton R, Wu H and Lemerle D (2011). Factors affecting seed persistence and germination of silverleaf nightshade (Solanum elaeagnifolium) in southern Australia. Weed Science (accepted).
Wu H, Zhang JB, Stanton R, An M, Liu DL and Lemerle D (2011). Allelopathic effects of Eucalyptus dundasii on weed germination and growth. Allelopathy Journal 29(1), 81-94.
Broster JC, Koetz EA and Wu H (2011). Herbicide resistance levels in annual ryegrass (Lolium rigidum Gaud.) in southern New South Wales, Plant Protection Quarterly 26(1), 22-28.
Wu H, Walker SR, Osten VA, Taylor IN and Robinson G (2010). Competitive effects of sorghum cultivars and densities on weed suppression. Weed Biology and Management 10 (3), 185-193.
Wu H, Walker S and Robinson G (2010). Control of flaxleaf fleabane (Conyza Bonariensis L. Cronq.) in wheat and sorghum. Weed Technology 24, 102–107.