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Dr Jason Smith is a Senior Research fellow in viticulture based at the Orange campus of Charles Sturt University in the cool-climate wine and horticulture region of Central Western NSW. Since early 2019, Jason has been leading research into vineyard water balance and the adaptation of production systems to rainfall variability and drought.

Previously, Jason spent three years with the Hochschule Geisenheim University in Germany, teaching viticulture into domestic and international degree programs and undertaking research into grapevine water use under elevated CO2 at the university’s free air carbon dioxide enrichment facility. This followed 15 years of warm and hot climate viticulture research with externally funded projects through the National Wine and Grape Industry Centre in Wagga Wagga.  

Jason maintains formal collaboration and links with other researchers in Australia, New Zealand and Germany, and is involved with supervision of MSc and PhD students across a range of research fields.

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