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Improvement of resistance to fusarium root rot through gene pyramiding and validation of SSR PVBR87 marker in common bean
Fusarium root rot caused by Fusarium solani f. sp. phaseoli is among the most serious diseases of the common bean in Uganda causing total crop loss in susceptible cultivars. Studies have indicated that 2-9 genes located ...
Co-deployment of legume nodulating bacteria and arbuscular mycorrhizae fungi for improved performance of common bean in an acid soil
(Makerere University, 2011-06)
Nitrogen and phosphorus are by far the most limiting nutrients for crop production in sub-Saharan Africa, yet low-input natural systems are potentially the most dependable sources of these elements among the small-scale ...