Dr. Barry Nadel
Dr. Barry Nadel is an internationally recognized Agricultural consultant who specializes in plant tissue culture, physiology, genetics, growth, and genetics of cannabis, plant breeding, and practical research. Recently, he has become more interested in the world of cannabis.
He has a bachelor’s degree. in Viticulture and Enology and a Master’s degree in grape breeding. He received hisPh.D. in plant genetics from the Hebrew University Faculty of Agriculture.
Dr. Barry Nadel is a research scientist, agricultural consultant, and author. He has been a research scientist for the past 43 years and has consulted internationally on topics including; cannabis seed production in the USA, growing orchids in Thailand, hemp production, and cannabis cultivation in the USA.
Dr. Nadel is an internationally recognized agricultural consultant who specializes in plant tissue culture, physiology, genetics, growth, and genetics of cannabis, plant breeding, and practical research. He has served as chief scientist and agronomist for a consortium medicinal cannabis that is responsible for tissue culture, agro-technical research, and plant breeding.
Dr. Nadel’s Experience
Between 2015 and 2017, Dr. Nadel worked as the Chief Scientist for Breath of Life – an Israeli Cannabis company. His role involved improving their agronomic procedures and breeding new varieties. Currently, he works as the Chief Science Officer for Agro4pro – where he is responsible for all biological aspects of the project.
As of 2019, Dr. Nadel is working as a cannabis production consultant and he has three books scheduled for release in 2019; BioSafe production of Herbs and Spices in Greenhouses, BioSafe production of vegetables in Greenhouses, and BioSafe production of Cannabis in Greenhouses.
Dr. Nadel’s Education
Barry attended the University of California, Davis (UC Davis) where he received his BSc in Enology and Viticulture in 1975 and then his M.Sc. in grape genetics in 1977. He was awarded the Jastrow-Shields Scholarship for undergraduate research in the Life Sciences and the Winkler Scholarship for graduate research in Viticulture. He received his Ph.D. in plant genetics at the Faculty of Agriculture from the Hebrew University in Rehovot in 1981.