Proceedings of The 9TH Triennial Symposium ISTRC 2004.csv

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Section 1: Socio economic
1Ex-ante cost-benefit analysis of biofortification of cassava roots in NigeriaBamire, A.S., V.M. Manyong, I.O. Sanusi and D.O. Awotide1-8CassavaSection 1:Socio-economic
2Technologies from sweetpotato research in UgandaByamukama E., Mpembe I., Kayongo J.S., Gibson R., Adolph B. and Mwanga R.O.M.8-17Potato
3Status of potato production, marketing and utilisation in CameroonD.A. Fontem, P.Demo and D.K. Njualem18-25Potato
4Adoption and impact of improved cassava and sweetpotato varieties on food security in MalawiS. Jumbo, N.M. Mahungu, A. Mhone, C.C. Moyo, V. Sandifolo, D. Siyeni, A. Nthonyiwa, K. Sichinga26-33Cassava & Sweetpotato
5Economic profitability of improved yam production systems for sustainable agricuture in Central Benin (West Africa)Mariki R., Amadji F. and Adje I.33-47Yam
6Preliminary inventory of local market incentives for the improvement of cassava productivity and production in eastern of Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC)Munyuli, T.M.B., Tete Tshisinda & Kashosi Kumbakumba48-58Cassava
7Market opportunities and quality of cassava starch in KenyaKadere T.T. and Makhoka O.A.58-71Cassava
8Orange-fleshed sweetpotato - linking school and community - A case study of Cumbene, district of MarracueneAndrade, Maria Isabel, Naico, Abdul and Ricardo, Jose72-82Sweetpotato
9An evaluation of the market potential of sweet potato processed products at the University of Eastern Africa BaratonF.L. Mkandawire, J. Onyango, N. Angwenyi and J. Ogot82-93Sweetpotato
10Sweetpotato for food security and poverty reduction case study of Mukangu Bio-Banana Self Help Group (S.H.G) in Central KenyaM. Muchui, L.W. Njuguna, P. Kiuru, J. Kibaki, B. Ndungu, L. Gitonga, C. Gathambiri, S.N. Kibe, P. Maina and R.W. Njeru94-102Sweetpotato
11Systeme d'approvisionnement de la ville d'Abidjan en igname et Rentabilite des investissements dans le commerce de grosMahyao A. , Doumbia S. , Kouame C.N. , Zohouri G.P. , et Zoungrana P.102-112Yam
12Contribution of sweetpotato to household food supply in Morogoro District, TanzaniaY.C. Muzanila, A. Babu, and L. Karumuna113-118Sweetpotato
13Implications of root and tuber crops production, consumption and marketing in Kenya's Coast Province: a case of sweetpotatoes in Kwale DistrictDave J. W Nyongesa, Peterson Mwangi & Lusike Wasilwa118-127Sweetpotato
14A socio-economic analysis of cassava production and marketing in Kenya:a case of Kwale District, 1999-2003Dave J. W Nyongesa & Lusike Wasilwa127-136Cassava
15A snack vendors to evaluate the potential market for pro-vitamin A-rich sweet potato snacks for improved vitamin A intake in rural Kenya: a case of Siaya District, Western KenyaM.A Ogubi, S.J. Ochien G, Oiye S. Okoth and M Oudia136-143Sweetpotato
16The economic productivity of cocoyam (Xanthosoma Sp.) cropping system in GhanaRegina Sagoe, Joyce Haleegoah and K. A. Marfo143-151Cocoyam
17Socio-economic determinants of yam varieties adoption: probit analysis in three major's yam production areas of Cote d'IvoireToure M. , Amagbeto K. , Doumbia S. , Kouakou A.M. , Asiedu R. , Zohouri G.P.151-158Yam
18The Orange fleshed sweet potato: the review of policies in agriculture, nutrition and gender to assess their levels of integration in KenyaWasilwa L.A. Gitobu, J.K. Mukunya, D. Tauta, C. Kabutha, C. and Mitoko, G.159-167Sweetpotato
19Socio-economic factors for adoption of improved cassava in Western KenyaOdenya, J.O , B.O. Odero, H.M. Obiero and M.A. Mudeheri167-182Cassava
20Status of cassava production in NigeriaC.I. Ezedinma, J. Lemchi, R. Okechukwu, L.Sanni, F Ogbe, M Akoroda and A. Dixon183-190Cassava
21How integrated is the market for cassava in Nigeria: implications for commercialization and industrializationJ. Lemchi, J. Njoku, C. Ezedinma, A Dixon, R. Okechukwu, L.Sanni, M. Akoroda190CassavaABSTRACTS
22Policy initiatives for private sector involvement in the commercial development of tropical root and tuber crops: the case of irish potatoes in KenyaJ. N. Kabira, G. Maingi and A.M. Mugambi190Irish potato
23The impact of dissemination of the varieties of cassava and orange fleshed sweetpotato in Mozambique. A case study: district of Chokwe-Gaza ProvinceAndrade, Maria Isabel and Naico, Abdul 191Cassava and sweet potato
24Sustainable commercial cassava cultivation: the case of NigeriaAkoroda M.O., Dixon A.G.O., Ilona P., Ogbe F., Okechukwu R., Ezedinma C., Sanni L.O., Lemchi J., and Okoro E.193-199CassavaSection II:Agronomy and crop Physiology
25Study on cassava and sweetpotato yields in MozambiqueAndrade, Maria Isabel and Naico, Abdul200-208Cassava
26Minisett technique of seed yam production in two major yam producing states of Nigeria: a function of input availability and production objectiveG.N. Asumugha, B.O.Ugwu, O.C.Aniedu, G.C. Orkwor and K. Amegbeto209-215Yam
27Evaluation of the production potential of seed potato (Solanum tuberosum L.) tubers stored for different durations in diffuse light conditionsDemo P., M.O. Akoroda , R. Asiedu and R. El-Bedewy215-221Potato
28Integrated agronomic practices for cassava production: Effects of cultivar, stake weight and number of shoot per stand on the growth and productivity of cassava (Manihot esculenta)O.N. Eke-Okoro221-226Cassava
29The relationship between leaf area and cyanogenic potential of tuberous roots of cassava planted in a wet and a semi-arid agro-ecological zone.C.M. Githunguri, Kimani Waithaka, I.J. Ekanayake, and J.K. Imungi226-232Cassava
30Effect of spacing on tuber yield of taro (colocasia esculenta) on vertisols of gedeo, Southern EthiopiaGobeze L., Legese H., Waga M., and Daniel Markos232-243Coco yam
31Effect of mineral fertilization on sweet potato in the Sudan savanna agro-ecological zone of GhanaIssaka R.N., Buri M.M. and Alegibam B.243-248Sweet potato
32Viability and acceptability of the Mucuna pruriens fallow for the conservation of soil fertility in yam productionK.M. Sedzro, K. Apedoh and R.J. Carsky249-252Yam
33Investigations into cassava stem storage and its effects on sprouting and plant growthC.C. Moyo, N.M. Mahungu, V.S. Sandifolo, S. Jumbo, A. Mhone and P.T. Mangirani253-258Cassava
34Testing for linear and quadratic trends using a unified model rather than separate regressions - the case for three popular potato varieties in KenyaJ.N. Mwangi and C.M. Githunguri258-267Potato
35Degeneration and yield loss associated with different sources of sweetpotato planting material in Western KenyaNdolo, P.J, H.O. Obiero, S.T. Gichuki and R. Kapinga261-267Sweetpotato
36Accelerated multiplication and distribution of improved healthy planting materials of cassava varieties in Western KenyaOdero B.O, Obiero H.M, Ndolo P.J, Whyte J.B, Legg J.P, Malinga J, Magut T.267-270Cassava
37Technology and extension gaps of cassava yield in NigeriaOladele O.I270-275Cassava
38Yam production in the derived coastal Savannah zone of Ghana - past, present and future prospectsE. Otoo, R. Asiedu, S.A Ennin and E.O Ekpe275-284Yam
39The effects of phosphorus, potassium and farm yard manure on post harvest characters of Irish potato (Solanum tuberosum L.)Powon M.P., J.N Aguyo and V. Mwaja285-290Irish Potato
40Effects of cassava mosaic disease and plant vigour on the yield and distribution of cyanogens in cassava (manihot esculenta crantz)S.K. Tumwesigye, Y. Baguma, C. Ebong and G. Mpango290-299Cassava
41Response of irish potato (solanum tuberosum) to coffee husk and diammomnium phosphate at damot galle nitisols of Southern EthiopiaLegesse Hidoto, Waga Mazengia, Gobeze Loha and Daniel Markos300Irish PotatoABSTRACTS
42Using public domain software for inexpensive and accurate measurement of sweetpotato storage root shapeArthur Villordon301-304SweetpotatoSection III: Crop Improvement
43Participatory evaluation of orange fleshed sweetpotato varieties in Central and Eastern zones of TanzaniaN Luambano, R Kapinga, K Mtunda, M Yongolo and C Kitundu308-315Sweetpotato
44Yam (Dioscorea rotundata Poir.and Dioscorea alata L.) meristem culture optimization and phenotypic stability of micropropagated plantsO.J. Adeniyi, V.O Adetimirin, I. Ingelbrecht and R, Asiedu316-323Yam
45Genotype-By-Environment Interactions For Some Selected Sweet Potato Clones Under Different Agro-Ecological Zones In KenyaS.M. Agili, J.P.Ndolo, J. Korir and J.K. Mugo323-329Sweetpotato
46Influence of soil water stress on vegetable growth and yield of cassava genotypes under screen house conditionsO.O. Aina, A.G.O Dixon, M.Akoroda and E.A Akinrinde329-335Cassava
47Managing stem cuttings of cassava for optimum yieldsAkoroda MO, Dixon AGO, Ilona P, Ogbe F. and Okechukwu R.335-341Cassava
48Relative growth performance of eight improved cassava genotypes and 4 popular improved checks in 3 diverse agro ecological zones in GuineaBah E.S, A.G.O Dixon , A Jalloh341-358Cassava
49Development and identification of high-value cassava clonesH. Ceballos, M.Fregene, T. Sanchez, J.C Perez and Z. Lentini358-368Cassava
50Evaluation of water yam (Dioscorea alata I.) genotypes for reaction to yam anthracnose diseaseC.N. Egesi, S. Ogunyemi and R. Asiedu368-374Water Yam
51On farm evaluation of Cassava clones at the coastal lowlands of KenyaJ.G. Gethi, C.K. Mutegi, E.N. Wambugu, P.Ndetei, S. Weru and C. Katama375-385Cassava
52A preliminary analysis of diversity among East African sweetpotato (Ipomoea batatas) cultivars using morphological and simple sequence repeats (SSR) markersGichuru Virginia, Aritua V. Lubega G.W, Edema R., Adipala E. and Rubaihayo P.R385-393Sweetpotato
53Performance, foliage and root yield of sweetpotato clones at Katumani and Kiboko in Semi-Arid Eastern KenyaGithunguri, C.M and Migwa Y.N394-399Sweetpotato
54Evaluation participative de neuf genotypes de pomme de terre pour leur performance dans la commune de Buyengero :D. Harahagazwe, A. Bararyenya, L.Niyongabo, et J.P. Baudoin399-408Sweetpotato
55Relationship between traits measured at different stages of the selection process in cassavaG. Jaramillo, J.I. Lenis, F. Calle, N. Morante, E. Ortega, J.C. Perez and H. Cellabos408-420Cassava
56Association between zigzag stem habit and resistance/tolerance to cassava brown streak virus diseaseKanju, E.E, Mahungu, N.M., Whyte, J.A and Dixon A.421-424Cassava
57Application of transgenic technologies in cassava (Manihot esculenta Crantz) for resistance to cassava mosaic disease in KenyaMallowa S., Odero, B., Obiero, H., Murunga A., Ndolo, P., Gichuki, S., Odhiambo, B. Wakhusama S., Wangai, A., Taylor, N., Kahn, K., Kant L. and Fauquet C.425-430Cassava
58Combining the interests of farmers and scientists in a participatory approach to breeding for superior mosaic resistant cassavaManu-Aduening, J.A., Gibson, R.W. Ampong-Mensah, G., Moses, E., Lamptey, J.N., Dankyi, A. and Lamboll, R.430-440Cassava
59Breeding for root quality traits in cassavaJ.Mkumbira, R. Okechukwu & A.G.O. Dixon440-442Cassava
60Evaluation of sweetpotato for early maturity in the eastern agro-ecological zone of tanzaniaK.J. Mtunda, S.N. Msolla, M.Muhanna, A. Ngereza, E. Masumba and A. Larsen443-448Sweetpotato
61On farm performance and farmers evaluation of cassava brown streak tolerant variety "Kiroba"in the Eastern zone of TanzaniaM. Mahanna M. Raya R. Hillocks E. Kanju and H. Kiosya448-454Cassava
62Challenges and opportunities in the underutilized and neglected yam (Dioscorea Spp.)genetic resources of Kenya: outcome of a baseline survey in Eastern provinceE. Mutegi, Nyamongo D.O.C, G.Ngae and G. Muthee454-462Yam
63Performance of yellow and orange fleshed sweetpotato in three major agroecological zones of RwandaJ. Ndirigwe, P. Tukamuhabwa, R. Kapinga and P. Ndayemeye462-477Sweetpotato
64Analysis of sweet potato passport data using geographical information systems (GIS)W. Njuguna, G.M. Muluvi, J. Machuka, S. Gichuki and A. Villordon477-482Sweetpotato
65Field competitiveness and farmer preference of orange-fleshed sweetpotato clones in Apac district in Northern Uganda.B. Odongo, F.A Opio, L. Serunjogi, D. Rees, H. Okurut Akol, R. Kapinga, L. Berga, and R.O.M Mwanga482-489Sweetpotato
66Sweet potato vine selection programme in Kari - Lanet Nakuru, KenyaOndabu N., Irungu K.R.G, Tarus S. and Ontiti S.490-494Sweetpotato
67Varietal difference in the physicochemical, funtional,pasting properties and granule size of starches from different CMD resistance varietiesOnitilo, M, L. Sanni,B. Maziya-Dixon and A Dixon494-505Cassava
68Effects of location and age at harvest on the yield of cassava genotypes (manihot esculenta Crantz)in RwandaM.L. Rutikanga, D.S.O Osiru, J.K Makelele and C . Bayituliki506-511Cassava
69Genetic improvement of Cassava in Sub-Saharan Africa: capitalizing on African LandracesA.G.O. Dixon, J. Whyte, N. Mahungu, G. Ssemakula, J. Mkumbira, and P. Ilona511-520Cassava
70Cassava mosaic disease in sub-saharan africa : variations in the pathogen, sources of resistance and host-plant resistance breeding for sustainable controlA.G.O Dixon, G Ssemakula, F. Ogbe, A. Ariyo, Y. Lokko, P. Ilona and J. Mkumbira521-525Cassava
71New cassava varieties for tropical semi-arid climate of EthiopiaT. Anshebo, A. Tofu, E. Tsegaye , T. Tadesse, A. Kifle and Y. Dagne526-530Cassava
72Development of early maturing sweetpotato (ipomoea batatas I.) Varieties for various agro-ecologies of southern EthiopiaA. Tofu, T. Anshebo, T. Tadesse, E. Tsegaye, T. Belihu, Y. Dagne and A. Kifele531-536Sweetpotato
73Using public domain software to integrate sweetpotato accession collection data into a GIS databaseA. Villordon, S. Gichuki, H. Kulembeka, S.C. Jeremiah, and D. Labonte536-539Sweetpotato
74Strategic cassava production rehabilitation in the Democratic Republic of Congo through accelerated germplasm development and deployment.Lema, K.M., A. Dixon, N. Mahungu, P.Ilona, S. Nluta, J. Kimfuema, S. Lukombo and S. Bidiaka540-547Cassava
75Evaluation of cassava clones in four agro-ecological zones of MozambiqueAndrade, Maria Isabel and Ricardo, Jose547CassavaABSTRACTS
76Participatory on farm evaluation of improved varieties of cassava (Manihot esculenta Crantz) in the center of the Cote d'IvoireN'zue Boni, Zohouri Goli Pierre, Gnaore- Yapi Valentine, Kouame Christophe et Kouadio Krah548CassavaABSTRACTS
77Participatory evaluation of sweetpotato varieties in central Kenya using the Farmer Field School (FFS) approachGathaara, V.N., Gichuki T.S., Ngugi J., Ngigi G.K, Miano, D.W. and Maina M.549SweetpotatoABSTRACTS
78Yield, number of tuberous roots and top weight of cassava at Kambi Mawe in semi-arid Eastern KenyaGithunguri, C.M and Migwa, Y.N550CassavaABSTRACTS
79Participatory evaluation of orange fleshed sweetpotato varieties in central and Eastern Zones of TanzaniaN Luambano, R Kapinga, K Mtunda, M Yongolo and C Kitundu550SweetpotatoABSTRACTS
80Conservation et Valorisation De L'agrodiversite Au Nord Benin: L'exemple De L'igname Et Du MaisNasser Mohammed BACO551YamABSTRACTS
81Determination of the farmers' selection criteria and evaluation of sweet potato (ipomoea batatas L.) varieties in Kyorimba, Meru NorthE. Ngoroi, J.N Musyimi553SweetpotatoABSTRACTS
82On-farm evaluation of promising sweetpotato clones in two major agro-ecologies of ugandaNiringiye, C.S, Mwanga, R.O.M Namakula J. and Kigozi C.B553SweetpotatoABSTRACTS
83Appraisal of sixteen clones of selected yam (Dioscorea cayenensis-rotundata)in two agroecological zones of TogoE.K.N'kpenu, R. Asiedu, W. Tchala554YamABSTRACTS
84Participatory evaluation and selection of improved high yielding, disease-free cassava genotypes in Western KenyaObiero H.M, Akhwale M.S, Ndolo P.J, Khizzah B, Ntawuruhunga P, Devries J555CassavaABSTRACTS
85Genetic diversity among xanthomonas axonopodis pv manihotis isolated from the western states of NigeriaA.A. Ogunjobi, A.G.O Dixon and O.E Fagade557-563CassavaSection IV;Integrated pest management
86An assessment of the distribution, severity and prevalence of CBSD and CMD in ZanzibarSaleh, H.H., Mohammed S.O., Thabit Z.O., Ali A.H. and K. Rajab564-569Cassava
87Cataloguing predators of Bemisia tabaci on a cassava mosaic disease resistance variety in UgandaAsiimwe, P., Ecaat, J.S., Otim, M., Gerling, D., Guershon, M., Kyamanywa, S. and Legg, J.P.570-573Cassava
88Changes in population abundance of the African root and tuber scale stictococcus vayssierei Richard (homoptera; stictococcidae) on cassava in the bas-fleuve district in the democractic Republic of CongoK. Tata-Hangy; R. Hanna; M.Toko, K.M. Lema and M. Solo574-582Cassava
89Effects of different rates of farmyard manure on the incidence of enset root mealy bug (parapatu sp.) on enset (Ensete ventricosum)Mesele Gemu, Temesgen Addis, Shiferaw Mekonen and Matiyas Mekuria582-587Cassava
90The status of cassava mosaic disease, bacterial blight and anthracnose as constraints to cassava production in the pouma region of south Cameroon Mwangi, M., Bandyopadhyay, R. Nolte C.587-592Cassava
91Effects of steinernema karii and Hetrorhabdi indica on sweetpotato weevil (Cylas pucticollis)Sila M.M. G.H.N. Nyamasyo, J.H Nderitu592-597Sweetpotato
92Biological control of cassava green mite in TanzaniaB.Pallangyo, R. Hanna, M.Toko, D. Gnanvossou, V. Mgoo, M. Otema, A. Onzo, F. Hountondji, E. Nsami and O. Mfugale597-605Cassava
93Evidence for high evolutionary potential of collectotrichum gloeosporioides, the causal agent of yam anthracnose diseaseM.M. Abang, R. Asiedu, P. Hoffmann, G. Wolf, H.D Mignouna, S. Winter605-613Yam
94Incidence and distribution of cassava diseases and pests in the Democratic Republic of CongoK. Tata-Hangy, J.Legg, R. Hanna, M. Toko, K.M Lema, A. Dixon and N.M Mahungu614-622Cassava
95Distribution, incidence and severity of cassava diseases and pests in MozambiqueMuaka Toko, R. Hanna, J. Legg, M. Andrade, A. Jone, B. Agboton, M. Otema, G. Okao-Okuja, R. Obonyo and E. Mambo623-633Cassava
96Pre-planting removal of host-plant residues to reduce African root and tuber scale infestations in cassava fields in CameroonM. Tindo, R.Hanna, L. Wijnans, C. Nolte, G.Goergen, A. Nguekam and J.M Ngeve633-639Cassava
97Mixed infections by biological variants of African Cassava Mosaic Virus and their associated severe symptoms on cassava in NigeriaF.O. Ogbe, A.G.O. Dixon, J.d' A. Hughes and F. Alabi639-642Cassava
98Distribution and abundance of cassava pests in Tanzania with a note on the spiralling whiteflyD. Gnanvossou, R. Hanna, B. Pallangyo, M. Toko, E. Nsami, and O. Mfugale644-647Cassava
99Influence of cultural and chemical methods on sweetpotato weevil (Cylas spp) incidence and damage in Western KenyaMaling'a J.N., A.W ., Kamau and J. M. Njoroge648-656Sweetpotato
100Smallholder cultural practices in cassava production in Nigeria and their relevance in cassava plant protectionT.O. Ezulike and B.O Ugwu656-664Cassava
101Cassava mosaic viruses diseases in Western Kenya :diagnostic surveys, 1998-2004Ajanga, S., Mallowa S., Obiero, H.M., Akhwale, M.S., Okao-Okuja G. and Legg, J.665-669Cassava
102Postharvest fungi of sweetpotatoes In KenyaKihurani A.W; Narla R.D; Shibairo S.I, Imungi J.K and Carey E.E670-676Sweetpotato
103Yam anthracnose disease: field symptoms and laboratory diagnosticsM.A Ayodele, J.d' A Hughes and R. Asiedu676-683Yam
104Survey of the distribution and current status of bacterial blight and fungal disease of cassava in NigeriaB.A Bamkefa, T.J. Onyeka, A.G.O Dixon and R. Bandyopadhyay683-693Cassava
105The spread and persistence of axotic phytoseiid, typhlodromalus aripo de leon (acari; phytoseiidae)and its effect on cassava green mite in KenyaC.W. Kariuki, R. Hanna, M. Toko and B.M. Ngari693-704Cassava
106Efficacy of melody duo 69 (wg) in control of late blight of potatoesLungaho, C., Nyongesa, M.W and Njenga D.N707-711Potatoes
107Enhanced symptoms severity and pseudorecombination of germiniviruses are important factors in possible breakdown of resistance to cassava mosaic diseaseO.A. Ariyo, A.G.O Dixon, G.I Atiri, M. Koerbler, and S. Winter711-718Cassava
108The status of fungal tuber roots as a constraint to cassava production in the Pouma District of CameroonMessiga A.J.N.A., Mwangi, M., Bandyopadhyay, R., Nolte C.719-722Cassava
109Effect of aqueous extracts of botanicals on the control of sweetpotato butterfly (Aceraea acereta)M. Gemu, S. Mekomen and T. Addis722-728Sweetpotato
110Two genetically distinct populations of colletotrichum gloeosporioides from yam (dioscorea spp.) in NigeriaM.M. Abang, O. Fagbola, K. Smalla, R.Asiedu, S. Winter729-735Yam
111Current approaches and limitations of integrated management of bacterial wilt of potatoes in KenyaWakahiu M.W., Nyongesa, M.W., Otipa M.J., Kabira, J.N and Demo P.736PotatoesABSTRACTS
112The status of fungal rot diseases as constraints to cassava production and utilization in Eastern Democratic Republic of CongoMwangi, M., Bandyopadhyay, R., Dixon, A.G.O., Tatahangy, W.736CassavaABSTRACTS
113Successful adoption of a seed-plot technique in the management of potato bacterial wilt by farmers in Njabini, KenyaM.J. Otipa, Z.M. Kinyua, S.N Kihara, J.J Smith and J. N Wachira737PotatoABSTRACTS
114Characteristics of cassava landraces and their reactions to diseases and pests in CameroonJacob M. Ngeve, R. Hanna, S.N Tenku and M. Tindo737CassavaABSTRACTS
115Role of gender in potato production and bacterial wilt management in the Central Highlands of KenyaJ.M Ndubi, Muriithi, L.M and S. Amboga738PotatoABSTRACTS
116The potential of utilizing cassava landrace diversity resources for the effective management of pests and diseases of economic importance in Democratic Republic of CongoMunyuli, T.M.B., Tete Tshisinda, Legg J.P. Lema, A. Maina Mwangi Mahungu, N, Ntawuruhunga P.739CassavaABSTRACTS
117The potential sweet potato vines as protein supplement for sorghum silage in smallholder diary farms in Nakuru District , KenyaAshiono,G.B., Oudal, J.O Kitilit, J.K. Irungu, K.R.G and Gatwiku, S.741-746SweetpotatoSECTION V:Post harvest
118Cassava post-harvest needs assessment survey in NigeriaL. Sanni, C. Ezedinma, J. Lemchi, F. Ogbe, R. Okechukwu, M. Akoroda, E. Okoro, B. Maziya-Dixon, P. Ilona and A. Dixon746-748Cassava
119The demand for processed cassava food products in LagosA. Jumah, K. Adebayo, I. Ayinde, W. Dipeolu, L. Sanni, O. Oyewole749-755Cassava
120Demonstration of processing orange-fleshed sweetpotatoes and linking farmers from Western Kenya to marketsNungo R.A. P.J Ndolo, R. kaping, S. Wasike756-762Sweetpotato
121Improving the linkage between ware potato growers and food processors: the case of Narok District in KenyaWalingo, A., J.N. Kabira, P.M. Kinyae, C. Lung'aho, S.K Nderitu and B Lemaga763-769Potato
122Influence of storage conditions on the physio-chemical and sensory characteristics of dried sweetpotato chipsP.W. Ngunjiri, E.G Karuri and J.K Imungi770-777Sweetpotato
123Quality characteristics of cassava starches from Kenya, Uganda and South Africa in comparison with local and international set standardsKadere T.T and Makhoha O.A.777-787Cassava
124Nutrient intake and digestibility by sheep fed three cultivars of sweet potato vinesK.R.G. Irungu, N. Ondabu, J.K. Kitilit, D.K. Changwony, R.S Kenana and J.N. Mwangi787-793Sweetpotato
125Use of cassava flour by bakery industries in malawiD Siyeni, N.M. Mahungu, A. Mhone, C.C. Moyo, V. Sandifolo, A. Nthonyiwa, S. Jumbo793-798Cassava
126Quality evaluation of homemade meads produced with cassava (manihot esculenta) floral honey in NigeriaU.J Ukpabi799-803Cassava
127Potential of cassava leaves silage for dairy production in Eastern Coast of TanzaniaKavana, P.Y., Kiddo Mtunda, Abass Adebayo and Vianney Rweyendera803-809Cassava
128Sensory texture profiling and development of standard rating scales for evaluation of textural quality in pounded yamOtegbayo, B.O., Aina, J.O., Sakyi-Dawson, E.O, Bokanga, M., Asiedu, R.809-816Yam
129Nutritional value of cassava silage for daily cattle feedA. Mhone, M. Phiri, N.M Mahungu, J. Whyte, V. Sandifolo, C. Moyo and S. Jumbo817-821Cassava
130Promotion of sweetpotato marketing and utilisation through improved chipping techniques: evidence from Abuket Sweetpotato Processors Association, UgandaNamanda, S., Stathers, T., Kapinga, R., Mwanga, R.O.M, Tumwegamire, S., Oruko, L., Owori, C.822-827Sweetpotato
131Cassava small scale enterprises in Brazil: lessons for the cassava industry in NigeriaPatino M.T.O; Dixon A.G.O.; Ezedinma, C.; Lemchi, J.; Okechukwu R.; Sanni L., Akoroda, M.O.828-836Cassava
132Innovative processing and utilization technologies for cassava in AfricaL. Sanni, B Maziya-Dixon, R. Okechukwu, C. Ezedinma, M.Akoroda, J. Lemchi, F.Ogbe, E. Okoro, P. Ilona and A. Dixon836-840Cassava
133Bridging the gap between post-harvest technology development and commercialization of root and tuber crops in AfricaA.Westby, Q. van Oirschot, K. Tomlins, G. Ndunguru, T. Ngendello, L. Sanni, D. Pessey and O. Oyewole841-847Root and tuber crops
134Brazilian lessons for the cassava industry in NigeriaPatino M.T.O; Dixon, A.G.O848CassavaABSTRACTS
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