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Efficacy Of Banana Paper Impregnated With Abamectin For The Management Of Root-knot Nematodes On Potatoes (solanum Tuberosum) In Kirinyaga County, Kenya
The potato, Solanum tuberosum L. is a key staple food in Kenya and the world at large. However, production of potatoes in Kenya is faced with several challenges among them being plant parasitic nematodes. In Kenya, plant parasitic nematodes (especially root-knot nematodes) are a main concern from a plant pathology perspective, because the country is in the tropical region, where the climate favors continued nematode reproduction. This study was therefore to evaluate the efficacy of banana paper impregnated with abamectin for the management of RKNs on potato.
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