Kenya

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Insect Antagonistic Bio-Inoculants for Natural Control of Leaf-Mining Insect Pests of French Beans

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Autores: 
J. Akello
Autores: 
A. Chabi-Olaye
Autores: 
R.A. Sikora
Editora: 
African Crop Science Journal
Año: 
2,017

Determinants of the Use of Certified Seed Potato Among Smallholder Farmers: The Case of Potato Growers in Central and Eastern Kenya

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Autores: 
Julius Juma Okello
Autores: 
Yuan Zhou
Autores: 
Norman Kwikiriz
Autores: 
Sylvester Ochieng Ogutu
Autores: 
Ian Barker
Autores: 
Elmar Schulte-Geldermann
Autores: 
Elly Atieno
Autores: 
Justin Taj Ahmed
Editora: 
Agriculture
Año: 
2,016

Influence of Biozyme® on Chlorophyll Content, Flowering and Physiological Maturity of Potato ( Solanum Tuberosum L.) Cultivars

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Autores: 
Karanja Benard K.
Autores: 
K. Isutsa Dorcas
Autores: 
Aguyoh Joseph N.
Editora: 
International Journal of Current Agricultural Research
Año: 
2,013

Drip Irrigation in Smallholder Markets: A Cross-Partnership Study

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Autores: 
Feed the Future
Editora: 
Feed the Future
Año: 
2,016

The Market for Small-Scale Drip Irrigation in East and Southern Africa

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Drip irrigation can be a transformational technology for smallholder producers. It has many advantages over rainfed production and traditional furrow irrigation methods, such as increased on-farm yields, year-round production, efficient use of scarce water resources, and reductions in waterlogging, salinization, and pest and disease pressures. The commercial potential for the private sector to expand this technology to smallholder farmers is enormous, given the sheer volume of potential customers at the smallholder level, and the area of arable land yet to be irrigated.

Autores: 
Feed the Future
Editora: 
Feed the Future
Año: 
2,016

Influence of Biozyme® on Chlorophyll Content, Flowering and Physiological Maturity of Potato (Solanum tuberosum L.) Cultivars

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Autores: 
Benard K.Karanja
Autores: 
Dorcas K. Isutsa
Autores: 
Joseph N. Aguyoh
Editora: 
International Journal of Current Agricultural Research
Año: 
2,013

Comparison of Tithonia (Tithonia diversifolia)Green Manure, Poultry manure and Inorganic Sources of Nitrogen in the Growth of Kales (Brassicae oleraceae) in Nyeri County, Kenya

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Autores: 
Peter Muchiri
Autores: 
P.W. Mathenge
Editora: 
African Journal of Food, Agriculture, Nutrition and Development
Año: 
2,014

Impact of Ripening Stage and Drying on Selected Quality Attributes of Apple Mango Cubes and Leathers

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Autores: 
Elizabeth Nakhungu Wafula
Autores: 
D.N. Sila
Autores: 
M.M. Wawire
Editora: 
African Journal of Food, Agriculture, Nutrition and Development
Año: 
2,015

Characterization of Postharvest Physiology Attributes of Six Commercially Grown Tomato Varieties in Kenya

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Autores: 
Rachel Mwendwa
Autores: 
O. W. Owino
Autores: 
J. Ambuko
Autores: 
M. Wawire
Autores: 
N. Nenguwo
Editora: 
African Journal of Food, Agriculture, Nutrition and Development
Año: 
2,016

Climate Change Impacts on Winter Chill for Temperate Fruit and Nut Production: A Review

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Temperate fruit and nut species require exposure to chilling conditions in winter to break dormancy and produce high yields. Adequate winter chill is an important site characteristic for commercial orchard operations, and quantifying chill is crucial for orchard management. Climate change may impact winter chill. With a view to adapting orchards to climate change, this review assesses the state of knowledge in modelling winter chill and the performance of various modelling approaches.

Autores: 
Eike Luedeling
Editora: 
Scientia Horticulturae
Año: 
2,012
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