Dr. Redouane Choukr-Allah is a senior fellow at ICBA. He joined the center in 2015 as a senior scientist in horticulture. He is a horticultural, hydroponic and water expert with extensive experience in coordinating and managing field-based projects and technical teams involved in protected agriculture production. His most recent research focus is on water and energy use efficiency of greenhouse and net-house systems. He has extensive experience in use of saline water and of pre-treated sewage in agriculture, and soil and groundwater pollution prevention. He designed and implemented numerous experiments on crop water requirements and water scheduling and global water requirements to save water and maintain crop yields. As a project manager, he worked extensively on evaluating the use of treated sewage water in agriculture.
He holds a Ph.D. degree in environmental horticulture from the University of Minnesota, USA. He has produced numerous publications, including edited books, research reports, articles in peer-reviewed international journals and conference papers related to horticulture, waste water reuse, irrigation, salinity and plant nutrition.