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Echuya forest reserve and its users
Indigenous populations of rhizobia, legume response to inoculation and farmer awareness of inoculants in East and Southern Africa
(African Crop Science Society (ACSS), 1997)
The Rhizobium Ecology Network of East and Southern Africa (RENEASA) is a participatory research affiliation of microbiologists and agronomists which seeks to better understand biological nitrogen fixation (BNF) and promote ...
Bio-physical and socio-economic evaluation of the phosphate rock and rhizobium on groundnuts in Tororo, Uganda
(Soil Science Society of East Africa (SSSEA), 1999)
The rapid population increase and reliance on traditional methods of agricultural production has threatened food security in Uganda. Growing of annual crop is one possible solution to the threat. However, frequent growing ...
A socio-economic analysis of forest foods consumption in Hoima and Masindi Districts of Uganda.
(African Crop Science Society, 1997)
Millions of households in the developing world depend on food from forests to supplement their diets especially as emergency food supplies during drought, famine and war periods. Forest foods, therefore, make a critical ...
Effect of crop protection management practice on yield of seven cowpea varieties in Uganda
(Taylor & Francis, 1996)
Field experiments were conducted during the first and second rainy seasons of 1994 to evaluate the seed yield potential of two commonly grown cowpea varieties and five introduced lines under different pest and disease ...
Influence of season and cropping system on occurrence of cowpea diseases in Uganda.
(American Phytopathological Society, 1997)
An on-farm survey was conducted for two seasons (first and second rains of 1994) to determine influence of season and cropping systems on occurrence of cowpea (Vigna unguiculata) diseases in Uganda. Viral diseases were ...