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Susceptibility to IVM in a field strain of Haemonchus contortus subjected to four treatments in a closed sheep–goat flock in Kenya
Susceptibility to IVM (IVM) of “strain A” Haemonchus contortus which had been exposed to IVM four times over a 2-year period was compared to IVM susceptibility of “strain C” H. contortus which had no prior field exposure ...
Growth and yield response of selected species of African leafy vegetables infested with root knot nematodes (meloidogyne incognita)
African indigenous leafy vegetables (AILVs) are an important commodity in the diet of many African communities. Most of the vegetables are grown by low-income small holder farmers and thus, play a crucial role in food ...
Aphid infestation on eight potato cultivars (Solanum tuberosum L.) in Kenya
Eight potato cultivars, viz, Anett, Desiree, Feldeslohn, Kerr's Pink, Kenya Baraka, Roslin Eburu, Roslin Gucha and Roslin Tana were tested in the field to compare their susceptibility to aphids. Despite the variation in ...
Development of an integrated bean root rot control strategy for western Kenya
Root rot severely constrains bean (Phaseolus vulgaris L.) production in parts of Western Kenya. Genetic and soil management options were evaluated for an integrated root rot management approach. Four hundred genotypes were ...