School of Agriculture, Food and Wine
Faculty of Sciences
Eligible to supervise Masters and PhD (as Co-Supervisor) - email supervisor to discuss availability.
Joshua Philp is currently allocated to ACIAR project "Management practices for profitable crop livestock systems for Cambodia and Lao PDR" as a researcher. His role is to implement and monitor the sustainable integration of improved forages into smallholder livestock farming systems.
Joshua's previous research has examined the management of forages for feeding sheep in resource-constrained farming systems of northwest China.
Date Position Institution name 2016 Research Associate The University of Adelaide School of Agriculture, Food and Wine 2014 - 2016 Casual Academic, various roles (conducting supervisor; tutor, examiner, lecturer) Western Sydney University School of Science and Health 2014 - 2016 Tutor- Indigenous Tutorial Assistance Scheme Western Sydney University Badanami Centre for Indigenous Education 2010 - 2011 Australian Youth Ambassador For Development (Rural Development Officer) Scope Global
Language Competency Chinese (Mandarin) Can speak and understand spoken English Can read, write, speak, understand spoken and peer review
Date Institution name Country Title 2012 - 2018 Western Sydney University Australia Doctor of Philosophy (Science) 2010 - 2011 University of Western Sydney Australia Bachelor of Science (Honours) 2007 - 2009 University of Western Sydney Australia Bachelor of Animal Science
Date Title Institution name Country 2019 Conference Scholar The Crawford Fund Australia
Year Citation 2021 Huy, S., Khieu, B., Chhay, T., Philp, J. N. M., Le, N. D., & Tran, H. T. T. (2021). Response in digestibility, growth performance, and carcass quality of local Kandol pigs to incremental levels of fermented banana stems. Tropical Animal Health and Production, 53(1), 110.
2021 Philp, J. N. M., Cornish, P. S., Te, K. S. H., Bell, R. W., Vance, W., Lim, V., . . . Denton, M. D. (2021). Insufficient potassium and sulfur supply threaten the productivity of perennial forage grasses in smallholder farms on tropical sandy soils. Plant and Soil, 461(1-2), 617-630.
2021 Xu, T., Ai, Z., Jia, Y., Li, S., Philp, J., & Ma, F. (2021). Symbiotic nitrogen fixation contributes to divergent patterns of foliar and soil nitrogen isotopic composition in an alpine legume shrub species. Biogeochemistry, 153(1), 17-31.
2020 Monjardino, M., Philp, J., Kuehne, G., Phimphachanhvongsod, V., Sihathep, V., & Denton, M. (2020). Quantifying the value of adopting a post-rice legume crop to intensify mixed smallholder farms in Southeast Asia. Agricultural Systems, 177, 12 pages.
DOI Scopus3 WoS3
2020 Huot, C., Zhou, Y., Philp, J., & Denton, M. D. (2020). Root depth development in tropical perennial forage grasses is related to root angle, root diameter and leaf area. Plant and Soil, 456(1-2), 14 pages.
DOI Scopus1 WoS1
2020 Li, J., Philp, J., Li, J., Wei, Y., Li, H., Yang, K., . . . Wang, Y. (2020). Trichoderma harzianum inoculation reduces the incidence of clubroot disease in Chinese cabbage by regulating the rhizosphere microbial community. Microorganisms, 8(9), 1325-1-1325-17.
DOI Scopus2 WoS2 Europe PMC1
2019 Philp, J., Vance, W., Bell, R., Chhay, T., Boyd, D., Phimphachanhvongsod, V., & Denton, M. D. (2019). Forage options to sustainably intensify smallholder farming systems on tropical sandy soils. A review. Agronomy for Sustainable Development, 39(3), 1-19.
DOI Scopus9 WoS8
2017 Philp, J., Komarek, A. M., Pain, S. J., & Bellotti, W. (2017). Variation in feed utilisation by sheep undergoing compensatory growth following underfeeding with and without additional dietary nitrogen in western China. Animal Production Science, 57(1), 96-101.
2016 Philp, J., Komarek, A., Pain, S., Li, X., & Bellotti, W. (2016). Improving the use of available feed resources to overcome sheep feeding deficits in western China. Animal Production Science, 56(9), 1545-1550.
2016 Li, X., Philp, J., Cremades, R., Roberts, A., He, L., Li, L., & Yu, Q. (2016). Agricultural vulnerability over the Chinese Loess Plateau in response to climate change: exposure, sensitivity, and adaptive capacity. Ambio, 45(3), 350-360.
DOI Scopus16 Europe PMC2
2015 Robertson, M., Shen, Y., Philp, J., Hou, F., Yang, D., Yang, Z., . . . Bellotti, B. (2015). Optimal harvest timing vs. harvesting for animal forage supply: Impacts on production and quality of lucerne on the Loess Plateau, China. Grass and Forage Science, 70(2), 296-307.
2013 Yang, Q., Wang, X., Shen, Y., & Philp, J. (2013). Functional diversity of soil microbial communities in response to tillage and crop residue retention in an eroded Loess soil. Soil Science and Plant Nutrition, 59(3), 311-321.
|Title||Source||Scheme||Investigators||Start date||End date||Awarded Amount|
|Facilitating adoption of agricultural system changes in Cambodia||Australian Centre for International Agricultural Research||Grant||Philp J, Denton M||1/12/2018||31/12/2019||$35,000|
|Gaming as a Socioeconomic Research Tool for Lao Agricultural Scientists||The Crawford Fund||Training Course / Workshop||Philp J||14/05/2018||1/06/2018||$12,000|
Current Higher Degree by Research Supervision (University of Adelaide)
Date Role Research Topic Program Degree Type Student Load Student Name 2018 Co-Supervisor Engaging youth in agricultural entrepreneurship in Laos Doctor of Philosophy Doctorate Full Time Miss Manithaythip Thephavanh 2017 Co-Supervisor The Adaptation of Tropical Perennial Grasses to Drought in Sandy Soils Doctor of Philosophy Doctorate Full Time Mr Chanthy Huot
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