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The impact of population density on forest management and use in Uganda
To investigate the relationship between population density and forest management and use in Uganda, this study focuses on agricultural communities in four districts representing contrasting population levels, forest resources ...
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 ...
Facilitation of rhizobium inoculant use by farmers in Uganda
(Soil Science Society of East Africa (SSSEA), 1994-11)
Short shelf-life and lack of locally available stickers are constraints to inoculant use by local farmers in Uganda. Therefore two investigations were conducted to identify a method of improving the shelf-life of Rhizobium ...
Early screening of cassava for resistance to root-knot nematodes
(Organization of Tropical American Nematologists, 1997)
A method was developed for early screening of cassava for resistance to root-knot nematodes. One node cassava cuttings were planted in plastic disposable beverage cups filled with sterile 1:1 (by volume) sand-soil ...
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 ...