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Incidence Of Potentially Toxigenic Fungi And Aflatoxin In Maize (zea Mays L.) Infected By Maize Lethal Necrosis Disease In Bomet, Narok And Nakuru Counties Of
Maize Lethal Necrosis Disease (MLND) is one of the most important biotic factors limiting maize productivity. MLND is believed to increase concomitant fungal infections that cause food poisoning in humans and livestock. This study aimed to establish the relationship between MLND and the associated fungal infections. Fifty four maize grain samples were obtained from three experimental sites in Bomet, Narok and Nakuru Counties during the maize growing seasons of 2019. A complete randomized experimental design with three replicates was applied using six hybrid maize varieties classified as resistant, tolerant and susceptible to MLND.
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