Pathogenic Variation of Colletotrichum Lindemuthianum Causing Anthracnose of Beans (Phaseolus Vulgaris) in Uganda
Effect of Maize Intercrop Plant Densities on Yield and β-Carotene Contents of Orange-Fleshed Sweetpotatoes
Which Socio-Economic Factors Matter in Farmer Group Participation? Evidence from Coffee Pest Management Learning Groups in Mt Elgon Region, Uganda
- Chapter 1 Climate change and agri-food trade in developing countries
- Chapter 2 Research methods
- Chapter 3 Perceptions of agri-food exporters in Uganda
- Chapter 4 Perceptions of agri-food exporters in Peru
- Chapter 5 Conclusions and recommendations
- Apendix 1 Survey participants
The Proximate and Chemical Composition of Improved Chickpea Cultivars Grown Under the Pure Stand and Banana Intercrop System in South Western Uganda Agro Ecological Zone
Climate change is reducing the competitiveness of agricultural exports from developing countries as far apart as Peru and Uganda, according to an ITC survey of agri-food exporters in these countries.The exporters call on their governments to integrate climate change into long-term, sector-specific policies and investment strategies.
Throughout the coffee producing areas in Uganda, a vast number of coffee trees have been lost mainly as a result of Coffee Wilt disease but also due to mismanagement and neglect. It is estimated that about 100 million trees have died since 1993. It is therefore important for farmers to plant new trees to recuperate the lost production.
When deciding to plant seedlings or clonal cuttings, farmers should ensure that the planting material originates from registered and approved nurseries.