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    • Development of intermittent drought stress tolerant common bean genotypes in Uganda 

      Amongi, W.; Nkalubo, S.T.; Ochwo-Ssemakula, M.; Gibson, P.T.; Edema, R. (African Crop Science Society, 2014)
      Common bean (Phaseolus vulgaris L.) varieties that are high yielding and drought-tolerant are crucial in coping with the effects of drought, that is prevalent among small scale producers living in Uganda. The objective of ...
    • Genetics of drought tolerance in common bean genotypes adapted to Ugandan conditions. 

      Amongi, W.; Nkalubo, S.T.; Gibson, P.T.; Edema, R.; Ochwo-Ssemakula, M. (Academic Journals, 2015)
      Common bean (Phaseolus vulgaris L.) is an important source of food and income for majority of households in Sub-Saharan Africa. However, bean production in Uganda is being affected by drought which has resulted from recent ...
    • Genetics of resistance to groundnut rosette virus disease 

      Kayondo, S.I.; Rubaihayo, P.R.; Ntare, B.R.; Gibson, P.T.; Edema, R.; Ozimati, A.; Okello, D.K. (African Crop Science Society, 2014)
      Groundnut Rosette Virus disease (GRD) has long been regarded a major limiting biotic constraint to groundnut production in Sub-Saharan Africa (SSA). The disease is caused by a complex of three viral components that interact ...