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Abstract Ethiopia is believed to be the center of origin of Arabica coffee which accounts for nearly two-thirds of the world coffee market. The country ranks fifth in the world coffee production and nearly 15 million people support their livelihood in the coffee sector. However, coffee is prone...
Abstract In this work, we aimed to develop an ecofriendly strategy to manage the R. solani damping-off incidence of Moroccan strains. After the assessment of damping-off incidence on different crops, a greenhouse experiments were carried out to assess the efficiency of chemical and biological...
Abstract Bacterial wilt, caused by Ralstonia solanacearum, is the most serious and common disease that affects tomatoes globally. Tomato bacterial wilt is among the worst and most prevalent diseases in Ethiopia. It causes substantial tomato production losses in various parts of the country. The...
Abstract To develop bio-fertilizers for salt stress mitigation in winter wheat, 5 Pantoea spp. strains isolated from spontaneous plants of the Algerian Sahara were selected and identified based on the 16S rRNA gene, and distinguished at the “strain” level by the IGS sequences. A plant test...
Abstract This study aimed to evaluate the antifungal activity of the aqueous extracts of two wild Lamiaceae species against P. expansum and B. cinerea and the impact of these treatments on fruit quality parameters. The in vitro results showed significant effect of the two aqueous extracts on...
Abstract Field trials were conducted to evaluate wheat varieties and fungicides against yellow rust of wheat. Four wheat varieties (Digalu, Hidase, Danda’a, Honkolo) and two fungicides (Nativo SC 300, Tilt 250EC) were tested at two hotspot areas (Albazar and Alicho) of Southern Ethiopia. The...
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