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Prevalence of viruses infecting cowpea in Uganda and their molecular detection
(Academic Journals, 2012)
The main areas for cowpea cultivation in Uganda were surveyed in June and October 2006 for viruses affecting the crop. Seed and leaf samples from symptomatic and asymptomatic plants were collected from farmers’ fields and ...
Pests and diseases on cowpea in Uganda: Experiences from a diagnostic survey.
(African Crop Science Society, 1999)
diagnostic survey (DS) using a questionnaire covering 525 farm households was conducted in 1993/94 to determine the status of cowpea (Vigna unguiculata L. Walp) and its production constraints in Uganda. Subsequent on-farm ...
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 ...
Efficacy of manual seed sorting methods in reduction of transmission of rice and cowpea seed-borne diseases
(African Crop Science Society, 2005)
The production of rice and cow pea in Uganda is increasing in acreage rather than productivity. This is attributed to a number of factors, mainly seed-borne diseases. The farmers in Uganda mainly use farm saved seeds for ...