MASTER PROGRAMME

Dr. Lyda Hok

Dr. Lyda Hok

Working Institution: Royal University of Agriculture and Svay Rieng University
Contact Phone: (+855) 98 576594
E-mail: hoklyda@rua.edu.kh
Qualification: Ph.D. in Energy and Environmental Systems, North Carolina A&T State University (USA). Ph.D. sandwich program (Soil Use and Management), University of Ponta Grossa (Brazil)
Teaching Interests: Soil Science, Agro-Systems Analysis, Cropping systems
Research Interests: Soil Science, Agro-Systems Analysis, Cropping systems

Recent publications:

  • Hok L., J.C.M Sá, S. Boulakia, M.R. Reyes, V. Leng, R. Kong, F. Tivet, C. Briedis, D.C. Hartman, L.A. Ferreira, T. Magno and S. Pheav. 2015. Short-term conservation agriculture and biomass-C input impacts on soil C dynamics in a savanna ecosystem in Cambodia. Agriculture, Ecosystems and Environment 214: 54-67.
  • Hok L., J.C.M Sá, S. Boulakia, M.R. Reyes, V. Leng, R. Kong, F. Tivet, C. Briedis, D.C. Hartman, L.A. Ferreira and T. Magno. Sensitivity of labile soil organic carbon pools and enzymatic activities to conservation agriculture cropping systems. (Submitted to Applied Soil Ecology).
  •  Hok L., J.C.M Sá, S. Boulakia, M.R. Reyes, V. Leng, R. Kong, F. Tivet, C. Briedis, R. Schimiguel, L.A. Ferreira and T. Magno. Dynamics of soil aggregate-associated organic carbon under short-term conservation agriculture cropping systems.
  •  Hok L., D. Jothityangkoon and A. Polthanee. 2009. Yield and nutrient accumulation of KDML 105 rice as influenced by farmyard manure and wood vinegar. In: Proceedings of Annual Agricultural Seminar, 26-27 January 2009, Khon Kaen University, Thailand. pp. 368-372.
  •  Proongkong T., L. Hok, D. Jothityangkoon and K. Dejbhimol. 2009. Fertilizer management and seed quality of KDML 105 rice. In: Proceedings of Annual Agricultural Seminar, 26-27 January 2009, Khon Kaen University, Thailand. pp. 270-273.
  • Chuong S., V. Sok, B. Soy, S. Ro, L. Hok and O. Yoesi. 2006. Effects of rice husk charcoal application on growth and yield of rice: A preliminary study in Cambodia. Japanese Journal of Tropical Agriculture 50 (Extra issue 2): 5-6.