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Grain Yield and Other Agronomic Traits of International Maize Trials - Borer

Abebe Menkir &

Africa Soil Information System - Phase 1, Sidindi SR

Jeroen Huising
The AFSIS project aimed to establish an Africa Soil Information system. Data was collected in sentinel sites across sub-Saharan Africa using the Land Degradation Surveillance framework and included also multi-location diagnostic trials in selected sentinel sites to determine nutrient limitations and response to improved soil management practices (soil amendments).

Cowpea Yield Evaluation Trials - Badeggi, 1987 - 1996

Ousmane Boukar
The Cowpea Breeding Unit develops improved cowpea lines with high grain yield potential and resistance/tolerance to biotic and abiotic stresses and possessing farmers and consumers preferences. Data generated from multi-year evaluation trials carried out on different sets of materials developed within several projects conducted by the cowpea breeding unit are contained in the database.

Cowpea Yield Evaluation Trials - Gummel, 1990

Ousmane Boukar
The Cowpea Breeding Unit develops improved cowpea lines with high grain yield potential and resistance/tolerance to biotic and abiotic stresses and possessing farmers and consumers preferences. Data generated from multi-year evaluation trials carried out on different sets of materials developed within several projects conducted by the cowpea breeding unit are contained in the database.

Cowpea Yield Evaluation Trials - Amakam, 1987 - 1994

Ousmane Boukar
The Cowpea Breeding Unit develops improved cowpea lines with high grain yield potential and resistance/tolerance to biotic and abiotic stresses and possessing farmers and consumers preferences. Data generated from multi-year evaluation trials carried out on different sets of materials developed within several projects conducted by the cowpea breeding unit are contained in the database.

Cowpea Yield Evaluation Trials - Bangladesh, 1987

Ousmane Boukar
The Cowpea Breeding Unit develops improved cowpea lines with high grain yield potential and resistance/tolerance to biotic and abiotic stresses and possessing farmers and consumers preferences. Data generated from multi-year evaluation trials carried out on different sets of materials developed within several projects conducted by the cowpea breeding unit are contained in the database.

Grain Yield and Other Agronomic Traits of International Maize Trials – Uganda, 1989 - 2013

Abebe Menkir

Grain Yield and Other Agronomic Traits of International Maize Trials – Zaire, 1990 - 1993

Abebe Menkir

Grain Yield and Other Agronomic Traits of International Maize Trials – Nigeria, 1989 - 2015

Abebe Menkir

Grain Yield and Other Agronomic Traits of International Maize Trials – Zambia, 1990

Abebe Menkir

Africa Soil Information System - Phase 1, Tuchila S2

Jeroen Huising
The AFSIS project aimed to establish an Africa Soil Information system. Data was collected in sentinel sites across sub-Saharan Africa using the Land Degradation Surveillance framework and included also multi-location diagnostic trials in selected sentinel sites to determine nutrient limitations and response to improved soil management practices (soil amendments).

Grain Yield and Other Agronomic Traits of International Maize Trials – Guinea, 1993 - 2014

Abebe Menkir

Grain Yield and Other Agronomic Traits of International Maize Trials – Ethiopia, 2016

Abebe Menkir
This is an international study that contains data on yield and other agronomic traits of maize including striga attacks on maize in Africa. The study was carried out by the International Institute of Tropical Agriculture in 2016 in eight African countries and one asian country.

Grain Yield and Other Agronomic Traits of International Maize Trials – Senegal, 1989 - 2002

Abebe Menkir

Africa Soil Information System - Phase 1, Kasungu

Jeroen Huising
The AFSIS project aimed to establish an Africa Soil Information system. Data was collected in sentinel sites across sub-Saharan Africa using the Land Degradation Surveillance framework and included also multi-location diagnostic trials in selected sentinel sites to determine nutrient limitations and response to improved soil management practices (soil amendments).

Grain Yield and Other Agronomic Traits of International Maize Trials – Chad, 1996

Abebe Menkir
This is an international study that contains data on yield and other Agronomic traits of maize including borer and striga attacks on maize in Africa. The study was carried out by the International Institute of Tropical Agriculture between 1989 and 2015 in over thirty African countries. This dataset contains output of the research for Chad.

Cowpea Yield Evaluation Trials - Suletankarkar, 1990

Ousmane Boukar
The Cowpea Breeding Unit develops improved cowpea lines with high grain yield potential and resistance/tolerance to biotic and abiotic stresses and possessing farmers and consumers preferences. Data generated from multi-year evaluation trials carried out on different sets of materials developed within several projects conducted by the cowpea breeding unit are contained in the database.

IITA-ADC biochar study Uganda on Rice

Dries Roobroeck, Hood-Nowotny Rebbeca, Tumuhairwe John-Baptist & Majaliwa Jackson

Genotypic data for maize inbred lines for diversity studies and GWAS

Ana Luisa Garcia-Oliveira, Baffour Badu-Apraku & Melaku Gedil
Genotypic data for 132 early maturing maize inbred lines for diversity studies

Seasonal variation in wing pattern of the tropical butterfly, Bicyclus dorothea accros habitat in Cameroon - Wet Season in Mbalmayo

Michel Dongmo, Rachid Hanna, Timothy C. Bonebrake & Abraham Fomena
Many organisms exhibit changes in phenotypic traits as a response to seasonal environmental variation. We investigated the role of habitat in generating seasonal polyphenism in different populations of the light bush brown butterfly Bicyclus dorothea (Cramer, 1779) (Lepidoptera: Nymphalidae) in Cameroon. Butterflies were caught during the wet and dry seasons across four localities representing two distinct habitats, namely forest and ecotone (forest–savanna transition zone) over a 2-yr period (2015–2016). We found distinct variation in the...

Fall armyworm in Cameroon: distribution, damage, pesticide use, genetic differentiation and host plants

Apollin FOTSO KUATE, Rachid Hanna, Samuel Nanga, Morris Tindo, Armand Armand R. P. Doumtsop Fotio, Albert Fomumbod Abang, Sergine Ngatat, Cargele Masso, Rose Ndemah, Christopher Suh & Komi Kouma Mokpokpo Fiaboe
Maize farmers in sub-Saharan Africa recently experienced unusual damage in their farms, attributed to the fall armyworm (FAW) Spodoptera frugiperda (J. E. Smith). This pest was first recorded in Africa in 2016, but detailed information on its distribution and damage and farmer’s response in invaded areas are largely lacking. In this study, we determined FAW distribution, genetic diversity, host plants, crop damage, and farmers’ responses. S. frugiperda was recorded in the 10 regions of Cameroon....

Assessment of Varieties of Cassava for high yield and disease resistance in Uniform Yield Trial (21 clones) at Mbuni, Tanzania in 2007/08 Breeding Season

Peter Kulakow, Ismail Rabbi, Elizabeth Parkes, Chiedozie Egesi, Olufemi Aina, Prasad Peteti & Afolabi Agbona
Assessment of Varieties of Cassava for high yield and disease resistance in Uniform Yield Trial (21 clones) at Mbuni, Tanzania in 2007/08 Breeding Season

Germplasm introduction trial (97 clones from Ibadan) in Namulonge 2008-2009 Breeding Season

Peter Kulakow, Ismail Rabbi, Elizabeth Parkes, Chiedozie Egesi, Olufemi Aina, Prasad Peteti & Afolabi Agbona
Germplasm introduction trial (97 clones from Ibadan) in Namulonge 2008-2009 Breeding Season.

Assessment of Varieties of Cassava for CBSD resistance (40 clones from Mukono) in Namulonge 2008-2009 Breeding Season

Peter Kulakow, Ismail Rabbi, Elizabeth Parkes, Chiedozie Egesi, Olufemi Aina, Prasad Peteti & Afolabi Agbona
Assessment of Varieties of Cassava for CBSD resistance (40 clones from Mukono) in Namulonge 2008-2009 Breeding Season.

Varietal and harvesting time effects on physical characteristics and sensory attributes of boiled fresh yellow maize hybrids

Oladeji Alamu, Olorunfemi Olaofe, Bussie Maziya-Dixon & Abebe Menkir

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