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Research Topics estimation of legumes crops

Research Area/ Research Interest: estimation of legumes crops

Research Paper Topics for: Masters and PhD Thesis and publication

  1. Abiotic Stress Management in Pulse Crops
  2.  Innovating traditional production systems through on-farm conservation agriculture and agroforestry research
  3.  MAJOR DISEASES OF TURMERIC (CURCUMA LONGA L.) AND THEIR MANAGEMENT
  4.  Sustainable Agriculture Systems and Technologies
  5.  … (PSB) with inorganic phosphorus fertilizer improves mungbean (Vigna radiata) phosphorus acquisition, nitrogen fixation, and yield in alkaline-calcareous soil
  6.  … resistances and chemical seed treatments on fusarium head blight and bread wheat yield-related parameters under field condition in southern Ethiopia
  7.  A comprehensive review on grain legumes as climate-smart crops: challenges and prospects
  8.  A kabuli chickpea ideotype
  9.  A polishing the harmful effects of Broad Bean Mottle Virus infecting broad bean plants by enhancing the immunity using different potassium concentrations
  10.  Agricultural productivity and food supply to meet increased demands
  11.  Agronomic Performances of Compost Associated with Pollinating Insects on the Growth and Yield of Glycine max (L.) Merril under Field Conditions
  12.  Alternative combinations of tillage practices and crop rotations can foster earthworm density and bioturbation
  13.  Applicability of Internet of Things in Smart Farming
  14.  Arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi increase crop yields by improving biomass under rainfed condition: a meta-analysis
  15.  Assessment of Bacterial Inoculant Delivery Methods for Cereal Crops
  16.  Biopriming Pseudomonas fluorescens to vegetable seeds with biopolymers to promote coating efficacy, seed germination and disease suppression
  17.  Challenges, Progress and Prospects for Sustainable Management of Soilborne Diseases of Cowpea
  18.  Comparative modern features of the development, reproduction and spread of pathogens of viral diseases of flora and fauna
  19.  Cowpea Production Challenges and Contribution to Livelihood in Sub-Saharan Region
  20.  Crop Yield and Soil Quality Are Partners in a Sustainable Agricultural System
  21.  Cyst Nematode (Heterodera glycines) Problems in Soybean (Glycine max L.) Crops and Its Management
  22.  Determination and dietary intake risk assessment of 35 pesticide residues in cowpea from Hainan province, China
  23.  Distribution and pathogenic diversity in Fusarium udum Butler isolates: the causal agent of pigeonpea Fusarium wilt
  24.  Effects of sustainable agricultural practices on farm income and food security in northern Ghana
  25.  Efficacy of chemical and bio-pesticides on cowpea aphid, Aphis craccivora, and their residues on the productivity of fennel plants (Foeniculum vulgare)
  26.  Enzymatic Processing of Pigeon Pea Seed Increased their Techno-Functional Properties
  27.  Exploring teff yield variability related with farm management and soil property in contrasting agro-ecologies in Ethiopia
  28.  Foliar application of potassium and moringa leaf extract improves growth, physiology and productivity of kabuli chickpea grown under varying sowing regimes
  29.  Fungal Diseases of Wheat
  30.  Fusarium Wilt of Banana: Current Update and Sustainable Disease Control Using Classical and Essential Oils Approaches
  31.  Genetic variability and characters association for yield, yield attributing traits and protein content of lentil (Lens Culinaris Medikus) genotype in Ethiopia
  32.  Genomic regions associated with herbicide tolerance in a worldwide faba bean (Vicia faba L.) collection
  33.  Insecticide Use and Application in Cameroon
  34.  Insights into the genetic diversity of an underutilized Indian legume, Vigna stipulacea (Lam.) Kuntz., using morphological traits and microsatellite markers
  35.  LEGU-MED: Developing Biodiversity-Based Agriculture with Legume Cropping Systems in the Mediterranean Basin
  36.  Machine learning-based farm risk management: A systematic mapping review
  37.  Modelling the effects of cold temperature during the reproductive stage on the yield of chickpea (Cicer arietinum L.)
  38.  Plant biodiversity promotes sustainable agriculture directly and via belowground effects
  39.  Plot-level impacts of improved lentil varieties in Bangladesh
  40.  Postharvest Diseases of Vegetable Crops and Their Management
  41.  Productivity, light interception and radiation use efficiency of organic and conventional arable cropping systems
  42.  Response of faba bean to intercropping, biological and chemical control against broomrape and root rot diseases
  43.  Should Gene Editing Be Used to Develop Crops for Continuous-Living-Cover Agriculture? A Multi-Sector Stakeholder Assessment Using a Cooperative …
  44.  Spatial approach for diagnosis of yield-limiting nutrients in smallholder agroecosystem landscape using population-based farm survey data
  45.  Supply chain perspectives on breeding for legume–cereal intercrops
  46.  The life of soils: Integrating the who and how of multifunctionality
  47.  Valorizing staple crop residues through mushroom production to improve food security in eastern Democratic Republic of Congo
  48.  … AND ADOPTION OF SUSTAINABLE AGRICULTURAL INTENSIFICATION PRACTICES AMONG MAIZE–LEGUME SMALLHOLDER PRODUCERS IN KENYA
  49.  … OF PHENOTYPIC VARIABILITY OF Vicia faba GERMPLASM BY USING OF VARIETAL DIVERSITY IN MONO-CROPPING AND INTERCROPPING SYSTEMS
  50.  5 years Integrated Programme
  51.  Abundance of pigeonpea pests in relation to crop phenology under organic and conventional farming systems
  52.  Assessment of disease severity influence by Alternaria leaf spot and powdery mildew in organic mungbean (Vigna radiata L.)
  53.  Binasoybean-6: A High Yielding Mutant Soybean Variety Developed through Sustainable Mutation Breeding
  54.  BREEDING AND MOLECULAR TECHNOLOGIES FOR CLIMATE–SMART AGRICULTURE
  55.  Chapter-3 Population of Lady Bird Beetle on Vegetable Crops and use of Safe Pesticides for Biodiversity Conservation
  56.  Diversifying crop rotations enhances agroecosystem services and resilience
  57.  Effect of Different Soil Fertilities on Cowpea Mosaic Virus Disease Incidence
  58.  Evaluation of cluster frontline demonstrations (CFLD) pulses on increasing yield of pigeonpea (Cajanus cajan L.) in tribal district of Mandla, Madhya Pradesh
  59.  FACULTY OF AGRICULTURE (Department of Agriculture)
  60.  FACULTY OF BASIC AND APPLIED SCIENCES
  61.  Food Security and Safety: Africans Perspectives A Review
  62.  Golden Mosaic Virus Disease of Cowpea in Rajasthan: Survey, Occurrence and Yield Loss
  63.  GROWTH, AND YIELD CHARACTERISTICS AS WELL AS PESTS AND DISEASES SUSCEPTIBILITY OF CHILI PEPPER (Capsicum annuum L.) UNDER …
  64.  How Cover Crop Sowing Date Impacts upon Their Growth, Nutrient Assimilation and the Yield of the Subsequent Commercial Crop. Agronomy 2022, 12, 369
  65.  Identification of Pod Shattering Resistance and Associations between Agronomic Characters in Soybean using Genotype by Trait Biplot
  66.  Impact evaluation of seed replacement on pulse productivity in India
  67.  Important Diseases of common bean and Their Management
  68.  Influence of Tillage and Nutrient Management Practices on Peanut Yields, Economics and Resource Efficiency in Thar Desert of South Asia
  69.  Insect pests under changing climate and climate-smart pest management
  70.  Irrigation in Oklahoma
  71.  Irrigation Stress to Wheat at Sensitive Growth Stages: Tri-trophic Effects and Implications for Aphid Control
  72.  Journal of Agriculture and Food Research
  73.  Livestock as resource users and landscape managers-A food systems perspective
  74.  Microorganisms as Biocontrol Agents in Vegetable Crops
  75.  Nguyen Van D.(2022): Detection of a novel Cry2Ab toxin against Etiella zinckenella Treitschke from the Bacillus thuringiensis serovar canadensis SP142 strain
  76.  Non-pesticidal management of golden mosaic virus disease of cowpea (Vigna unguiculata L.): An ecofriendly approach in changing climate
  77.  Pesticide residue analysis of three different pesticides used against Helicoverpa Armigera (Hubner) in tomato crop
  78.  Plant Growth Promoting Rhizobacteria (PGPR): Eco-Friendly Approach for Promoting Sustainable Agriculture
  79.  problem in irrigated rice
  80.  Prospectus of Genomic Selection and Phenomics in Cereal, Legume and Oilseed Breeding Programs. Front. Genet. 12: 829131. doi: 10.3389/fgene …
  81.  Pursuing greener farming by clarifying legume-insect pest interactions and developing marker-assisted molecular breeding
  82.  Redefining conservation agriculture through appropriate use of herbicides and fertilisers to improve crop production in Mozambique
  83.  Registration of Hora, Small-red Seed Food Type Common Bean (Phaseolus vulgaris) Varieties for Midland Areas of Bale and East Bale, Southeast Ethiopia
  84.  Response of faba bean to intercropping, biological and chemical control against broomrape and root rot diseases
  85.  Role of Legumes in Cropping Systems for Soil Ecosystem Improvement
  86.  Study on Genetic Variability and Heritability in F5 Segregating Generation for Yield and Its Compenents in Yardlong Bean
  87.  THE EVOLUTION OF THE ALMOND CROP TECHNOLOGY-A REVIEW
  88.  Trends, challenges and prospects of underutilized food crops under temperate ecologies: A review
  89.  Use of Organic Soil Amendments for Improving Soil Ecosystem Health and Crop Productivity
  90.  Yield and Disease Responses of Improved Groundnut Genotypes Under Natural Disease Infection in Northern Uganda: Implication for Groundnut Disease …
  91.  Yield and Seed Quality of Summer Green Gram as Influenced by Weed Management under Zero Tillage
  92. … and Morphological Mechanisms Underlying the Performance and Preference of Fall Armyworm (Spodoptera frugiperda) on Wheat and Faba Bean Plants
  93. … OF CHILLI PEPPER Capsicum frutescens (L.) AND IT’S INTERCROPPING ON THE GROWTH, YIELD AND INSECT PEST MANAGEMENT OF COWPEA Vigna …
  94. 10 Moving Paradigms–Conservation
  95. 25 Rules of Thumb for Field Crops
  96. 27 Conservation Agriculture for Climate Smart Agriculture in Smallholder Farming
  97. 8 Assessing the Application and Practice of Conservation Agriculture in Malawi
  98. A Comprehensive Thrips Species Assessment for Eco-Consistent Management of Infestations in Mediterranean Citrus Crops
  99. A major-effect genetic locus, ApRVII, controlling resistance against both adapted and non-adapted aphid biotypes in pea
  100. A modelling chain combining soft and hard models to assess a bundle of ecosystem services provided by a diversity of cereal-legume intercrops
  101. A quantitative review of the effects of biochar application on rice yield and nitrogen use efficiency in paddy fields: A meta-analysis
  102. A review of the influences of organic farming on soil quality, crop productivity and produce quality
  103. A survey of biological nitrogen fixation in adzuki beans, soybeans, and mung beans, three legumes in traditional Chinese medicine
  104. A Two-Year Study on Yield and Yield Components of Maize-White Bean Intercropping Systems under Different Sowing Techniques
  105. Advances in disease and pest resistance in faba bean
  106. Agroecological management with intra-and interspecific diversification as an alternative to conventional soil nutrient management in family maize farming
  107. Agronomic Practices to Increase the Yield and Quality of Common Bean (Phaseolus vulgaris L.): A Systematic Review
  108. Agronomy in the temperate zone and threats or mitigation from climate change: A review
  109. Amelioration in traditional farming system by exploring the different plant growth-promoting attributes of endophytes for sustainable agriculture
  110. Applications of Microbes in Soil Health Maintenance for Agricultural Applications
  111. Applications of nanotechnology in precision agriculture
  112. ASPECTS OF ORGANIC FARMING
  113. Assessing a century of maize and soybean polyculture for silage production
  114. Assessing lethal doses of the baculovirus MaviMNPV and the effect of its combination with neem oil on the survival of Maruca vitrata (Fabricius)(Lepidoptera …
  115. Assessing technical and commercial aspects of soil microbiome in growing leguminous plants and formation of bio-fertilizer
  116. Assessing the joint effects of landscape, farm features and crop management practices on berry damage in coffee plantations
  117. Assessment of Agricultural Biodiversity in Organic Livestock Farms in Italy
  118. Assessment of genetic diversity of mungbean genotypes in Botswana using agro-morphological traits and molecular markers.
  119. Assessment of molecular genetic diversity of 384 chickpea genotypes and development of core set of 192 genotypes for chickpea improvement programs
  120. Assessment of Nematicidal activity of Beauveria bassiana (Bals.-Criv.) Vuill on Pratylenchus thornei (Sher et Allen)(Tylenchida: Pratylenchidae)
  121. Barley Genomic Research and Breeding Strategies
  122. Barley-Based Cropping Systems and Weed Control Strategies Influence Weed Infestation, Soil Properties and Barley Productivity
  123. Benefits of Crop Rotation on Climate Resilience and Its Prospects in China
  124. Biocidal activity of green synthesized silver nanoformulation by Azadirachta indica extract a biorational approach against notorious cotton pest whitefly, Bemisia tabaci …
  125. Bio-Intensive Management of Fungal Diseases of Potatoes
  126. Biological Nitrogen Fixation: An Analysis of Intoxicating Tribulations from Pesticides for Sustainable Legume Production
  127. Biology and Management of Aphids Infesting Potato
  128. Biology and Management of Whiteflies in Potato Crops
  129. Breed as One of Significant Factors that Determine the Level of Yield and Its Quality
  130. Breeding and Genomics Interventions for Developing Ascochyta Blight Resistant Grain Legumes
  131. Building Resilience to Climate Change by Adopting Conservation Agriculture in the Smallholder Farming Systems
  132. BURP domain-containing genes in legumes: genome-wide identification, structure, and expression analysis under stresses and development
  133. Carbon footprint and net carbon gain of major long-term cropping systems under no-tillage
  134. Challenges to Adoption of Improved Legume Varieties: A Gendered Perspective
  135. Changes in the phyllosphere and rhizosphere microbial communities of soybean in the presence of pathogens
  136. Characterizing Dominant Field-Scale Cropping Sequences for a Potato and Vegetable Growing Region in Central Wisconsin
  137. Chickpea Biotic Stresses
  138. Classification Of Airborne Multispectral Imagery To Quantify Common Vole Impacts On An Agricultural Field
  139. Climate Extremes and Crops
  140. Climate Resilience in Agriculture
  141. Combining ability and gene action for agronomic traits and Fusarium wilt resistance in pigeonpea
  142. Combining novel technologies with interdisciplinary basic research to enhance horticultural crops
  143. Common Bean Genetics, Breeding, and Genomics for Adaptation to Biotic Stress Conditions
  144. Companion and Smart Plants: Scientific Background to Promote Conservation Biological Control
  145. Comprehensive Review of Fungi on Coffee
  146. Computer Vision and Machine Learning in Agriculture
  147. Control of blast disease caused by Pyricularia oryzae with Epicoccum nigrum and microscopic studies of their interaction with rice plants under greenhouse conditions
  148. Control of crop diseases through Integrated Crop Management to deliver climate‐smart farming systems for low‐and high‐input crop production
  149. Cover crop mixtures increase ecosystem multifunctionality in summer crop rotations with low N fertilization
  150. Cover crop selection affects maize susceptibility to the fungal pathogen Fusarium verticillioides.
  151. Cover crop usage for the sustainable management of soilborne diseases in woody ornamental nursery production system
  152. Cowpea leaf width correlates with above ground biomass across diverse environments
  153. Current and Future Advances in Genomics-Assisted Cassava Breeding
  154. Current status of Cercosporoid fungi in India, effective management strategies and future directions
  155. Current Status of Vegetable Pea (Pisum Sativum Var. Hortense) Diseases and Their Management Strategies
  156. Data-driven, early-season forecasts of block sugarcane yield for precision agriculture
  157. Decades of Cultivar Development: A Reconciliation of Maize and Bean Breeding Projects and Their Impacts on Food, Nutrition Security, and Income of Smallholder …
  158. Deployment of Cicer echinospermum PH Davis for resistance to Callosobruchus chinensis L.
  159. Development and Metabolic Characterization of Horse Gram (Macrotyloma uniflorum Lam. (Verdc.)) Mutants for Powdery Mildew Resistance
  160. Development of Biotic Stress Resistant Cowpea
  161. Development of Biotic Stress Resistant Pea in the Post-genomics Era
  162. Development of Biotic-Stress Resistant Pigeonpea
  163. Distribution and Biology of Invasive Species of Bean Bruchid Acanthoscelides obtectus (Insecta, Coleoptera, Bruchidae)
  164. Dry Bean Breeding and Production Technologies
  165. Ecosystem Services Provided by Cover Crops and Biofumigation in Sunflower Cultivation
  166. Effect of Co-application of Ridge-Furrow Rainwater Harvesting and Mulching on Fodder Yield, Quality, and Soil Desiccation in Alfalfa (Medicago sativa) Production
  167. Effect of Foliar Application of Silicon and Salicylic Acid on Regulation of Yield and Nutritional Responses of Greenhouse Cucumber Under High Temperature
  168. Effect of Low Temperature on Dry Matter, Partitioning, and Seed Yield: A Review
  169. Effectiveness of different storage structures for the management of Mexican bean weevil, Zabrotes subfasciatus (Boheman)(Coleoptera: Bruchidae) on stored common …
  170. Effects of Corn Intercropping with Soybean/Peanut/Millet on the Biomass and Yield of Corn under Fertilizer Reduction
  171. Effects of COVID-19 Pandemic on Agricultural Food Production among Smallholder Farmers in Northern Drakensberg Areas of Bergville, South Africa
  172. Effects of Host Plant Resistance and Fungicide Applications on Ascochyta Blight Symptomology and Yield of Chickpea
  173. Effects of management practices on legume productivity in smallholder farming systems in sub‐Saharan Africa
  174. Effects of Neem Aqueous Extract (Azadirachta indica) against Aphids and Aphid-borne Virus in Cowpea (Vigna unguiculata L. Walp)
  175. Effects of Variety, Spacing and Nitrogen Application on Chickpea (Cicer arietinum) Growth and Yield in Embu County, Kenya
  176. EFFICACY OF LEMON BASIL (OCCIMUM BACILICUM) IN THE CONTROL OF FALL ARMYWORM-SPODOPTERA FRUGIPERDA (JE SMITH)
  177. Estimating yield loss of faba bean (Vicia faba L.) caused by gall disease in north Shoa, Ethiopia
  178. Evaluation of Individual Plant Growth Estimation in an Intercropping Field with UAV Imagery
  179. Evaluation of Soybean Entries in the Pan-African Trials for Response to Coniothyrium glycines, the Cause of Red Leaf Blotch
  180. Exploring complementarities between modelling approaches that enable upscaling from plant community functioning to ecosystem services as a way to support …
  181. Exploring the agricultural landscape diversity-food security nexus: an analysis in two contrasted parklands of Central Senegal
  182. Factors related to productivity and persistence of lucerne (Medicago sativa) genotypes with different fall dormancy levels: a review
  183. Field margin plants support natural enemies in sub-Saharan Africa smallholder common bean farming systems
  184. Field pea diversity and its contribution to farmers’ livelihoods in northern Ethiopia
  185. Flower strips, crop management and landscape composition effects on two aphid species and their natural enemies in faba bean
  186. From rice-like plants to plants liking rice: A review of research on weeds and their management in African rice systems
  187. Genetic resources management, seed production constraints and trade performance of orphan crops in Southern Africa: A case of Cowpea
  188. Genomic Design for Biotic Stresses in Soybean
  189. Genomic Designing for Abiotic Stress Resistant Pulse Crops
  190. Genomic Designing for Abiotic Stress Tolerance in Pea (Pisum Sativum L.)
  191. Genomic Designing for Biotic Stress Resistance in Grasspea
  192. Genomic Designing for Biotic Stress Resistant Peanut
  193. Genomic Designing Towards Biotic Stress Resistance in Mungbean and Urdbean
  194. Genomic Designing Towards Development of Abiotic Stress Tolerant Grass Pea for Food and Nutritional Security
  195. Genomic-Assisted Breeding for Enhanced Harvestable (Pod) and Consumable (Seed) Product, Yield Productivity in Groundnut (Arachis hypogaea L.)
  196. Genomics-assisted breeding for resistance to leaf spots and rust diseases in peanut
  197. Graincast™: monitoring crop production across the Australian grainbelt
  198. Harvesting, Postharvest Handling, Distribution, and Marketing of Dry Beans
  199. Host status of Bambara groundnut accessions to Meloidogyne incognita using conventional screenhouse and novel seedling pouch methods
  200. How Cover Crop Sowing Date Impacts upon Their Growth, Nutrient Assimilation and the Yield of the Subsequent Commercial Crop
  201. Hydrogen cyanide production by soil bacteria: Biological control of pests and promotion of plant growth in sustainable agriculture
  202. Impact of Climate Change on Food Security and Plant Disease
  203. Impact of Elevated CO2 on Soil–Plant Phosphorus Dynamics, Growth, and Yield of Chickpea (Cicer arietinum L.) in an Alkaline Vertisol of Central India
  204. Impact of Rotational Sequence Selection on Weed Seedbank Composition in Australian Broadacre Crops
  205. Impact of zero budget natural farming on crop yields in Andhra Pradesh, SE India
  206. Influence of gamma irradiation on the isolation of bioactive 4-hydroxyisoluceine compound from fenugreek and its enhanced antifungal properties
  207. Influence of Organic and Mineral Fertilizers on Soil Organic Carbon and Crop Productivity under Different Tillage Systems: A Meta-Analysis
  208. Innovative Pulses for Western European Temperate Regions: A Review
  209. Insecticidal and Antifungal Activities of Chemically-Characterized Essential Oils from the Leaves of Withania frutescens L.
  210. Insecticidal potential of home-made neem extract against pod sucking bug, Clavigralla gibbosa (Spinola) in pigeonpea
  211. Integration Between Crop-Smart, Water-Smart and Soil-Smart Practices
  212. Integration of logistic principles into resource-saving technologies, precision and organic farming
  213. Intercropping of Faba Bean with Wheat under Different Nitrogen Levels Reduces Faba Bean Rust and Consequent Yield Loss
  214. Intercropping red clover with intermediate wheatgrass suppresses weeds without reducing grain yield
  215. Intercropping Winter Oilseed Rape (Brassica napus L.) Has the Potential to Lessen the Impact of the Insect Pest Complex
  216. Interplay: A Game for the Participatory Design of Locally Adapted Cereal–Legume Intercrops
  217. Interspecific Competitive Relationships between Crop Components and Weeds in Mixed Cropped Faba Bean (Vicia Faba L.) with False Flax (Camelina Sativa Crantz)
  218. Latest biotechnology tools and targets for improving abiotic stress tolerance in protein legumes
  219. Lavandula dentata L.: Phytochemical Analysis, Antioxidant, Antifungal and Insecticidal Activities of Its Essential Oil
  220. Lentil Gene Pool for Breeding
  221. Long-term impact of integrated nutrient management on sustainable yield index of rice and soil quality under acidic inceptisol
  222. Maize–legume systems under conservation agriculture
  223. Management strategies F root rot disease of soybean plants caused by Fusarium oxysporum
  224. Measuring and modelling crop yield losses due to invasive insect pests under climate change
  225. Metal content in soils of Northern India and crop response: a review
  226. Microbial Activities and their Importance in Crop Production
  227. Microbial Biocontrol: Food Security and Post Harvest Management
  228. Mitigation and actions toward nitrogen losses in Pakistan
  229. Molecular Characterization and Pathogenicity of a Novel Soybean-Infecting Monopartite Geminivirus in China
  230. Monodominant natural vegetation provides models for nature-based cereal production
  231. Mucuna pruriens, Crotalaria juncea, and chickpea (Cicer arietinum) have the potential for improving productivity of banana‐based systems in Eastern Democratic …
  232. Novel trends in crop bioprotection
  233. Oilseed and protein crops grown in French organic farms: an overview of cultivation practices for sunflower and soybean
  234. Organic Farming for Sustainable Soil Use, Management, Food Production and Climate Change Mitigation
  235. Organic Farming: An approach for sustainable agriculture
  236. Peanut leaf spot disease identification using pre-trained deep convolutional neural network.
  237. PECULIARITIES OF FORMATION AND FUNCTIONING OF THE SOYBEAN–BRADYRHIZOBIUM JAPONICUM SYMBIOTIC APPARATUS IN RELATION TO …
  238. Perils of production with perennial polycultures
  239. Phoma black stem severity and phytoestrogen production in annual Medicago spp. is primarily determined by interaction of cultivar and pathogen isolate
  240. Phylogenetic relationship and genetic diversity of Turkish peanut viruses
  241. Plant beneficial effects of Trichoderma spp. suppressing Fusarium wilt and enhancing growth in Tomato
  242. Plant development and crop protection using phytonanotechnology: A new window for sustainable agriculture
  243. Plant growth promoting rhizobacteria from the perspectives of tea plantations and diseases
  244. Plant growth-promoting bacteria increase the yield of green maize and sweet sorghum
  245. Plant parasitic nematodes infesting three minor legumes (velvet bean, lablab bean, and jack bean)
  246. Population Development of the Root-lesion Nematode Pratylenchus dakotaensis on Soybean Cultivars
  247. Potential Application of Agriculturally Promising Microorganisms for Sustainable Crop Production and Protection
  248. Potential Applications of Engineered Nanoparticles in Plant Disease Management: A Critical Update
  249. Potential of the entomopathogenic fungus, Metarhizium anisopliae sl. for control of red spider mite, Oligonychus coffeae Nietner on tea crop
  250. Potentiality Assessment of Annual Forage Crops and Fertilization in Allway Pattern.
  251. Precipitation change accentuates or reverses temperature effects on aphid dispersal
  252. Prioritizing international agricultural research investments: lessons from a global multi-crop assessment
  253. Productivity and profitability of sweet potato (ipomoea batatas l.), dry bean (Phaseolus Vulgaris) and maize (Zea mays l.) as selected field crops in irrigated …
  254. Progression of chocolate spot (Botrytis fabae) and grain yield of faba bean as influenced by integration of fungicide rate and host resistance in Southern Ethiopia
  255. Quantifying country-to-global scale nitrogen fixation for grain legumes II. Coefficients, templates and estimates for soybean, groundnut and pulses
  256. Rapeseed as a previous crop reduces rice N fertilizer input by improving soil fertility
  257. Reaping the Potential of Wild Cajanus Species through Pre-Breeding for Improving Resistance to Pod Borer, Helicoverpa armigera, in Cultivated Pigeonpea (Cajanus …
  258. Reducing pesticide use in vineyards. Evidence from the analysis of the French DEPHY network
  259. Relative yield of food and efficiency of land-use in organic agriculture-A regional study
  260. Remote sensing for agriculture and resource management
  261. Research Progress of Forage Grass Cultivation
  262. Residual effects of corn and soybean on the subsequent corn crop
  263. Response of potato yield, soil chemical and microbial properties to different rotation sequences of green manure-potato cropping in North China
  264. Results and prospects of introducing cultivated soybeans into crop rotations for sustainable development of the environment
  265. Revisiting the Domestication Process of African Vigna Species (Fabaceae): Background, Perspectives and Challenges
  266. Root and soil health management approaches for control of plant-parasitic nematodes in sub-Saharan Africa
  267. Seed-Business Oriented Demonstration Trials: An Efficient Option to Promote Tef (Eragrostis tef) Varieties
  268. Setting a Plausible Route for Saline Soil-Based Crop Cultivations by Application of Beneficial Halophyte-Associated Bacteria: A Review
  269. Short-term yield gains or long-term sustainability?–a synthesis of Conservation Agriculture long-term experiments in Southern Africa
  270. Simulating resilience of rainfed wheat–based cropping systems of Iran under future climate change
  271. Soil Nutrient Contents in East African Climate-Smart Villages: Effects of Climate-Smart Agriculture Interventions
  272. Spinetoram resistance drives interspecific competition between Megalurothrips usitatus and Frankliniella intonsa
  273. Stakeholder-driven adaptive research (SDAR): better research products
  274. Strategies to Improve Crop-Water Productivity
  275. STUDIES ON BIOLOGY HOST RANGE AND DESIGN STRATEGIES TO SUPPRESS EARLY DEVELOPMENTAL STAGES OF CALLOSOBRUCHUS MACULATUS F …
  276. Sustainable Intensification of Rice-Based Cropping Systems: Experiences from Eastern India
  277. Sustaining maize yields and soil carbon following land clearing in the forest–savannah transition zone of West Africa: Results from a 20-year experiment
  278. Tackling Lentil Biotic Stresses in the Genomic Era
  279. Technology and Policy Options: Opportunities for Smallholder Farmers to Achieve Sustainable Agriculture
  280. Tempering expectations on a novel biofuel tree: Seed and oil yield assessment of pongamia (Millettia pinnata) shows low productivity and high variability
  281. The diversity of aphid parasitoids in East Africa and implications for biological control
  282. The effectiveness of the bacteria Rhizobium leguminosarum against bean yellow mosaic (BYMV) potyvirus infecting faba bean (Vicia faba L.) Plants.
  283. The EU’s farm‐to‐fork strategy: An assessment from the perspective of agricultural economics
  284. The first calibration and evaluation of the STICS soil-crop model on chickpea-based intercropping system under Mediterranean conditions
  285. The ‘Pick-Your-Own’Model of Production and Marketing of Ethnic Crops in Central New Jersey, USA
  286. The Place of Neglected Legumes in Human Nutrition and Food Security
  287. The state of play of copper, mineral oil, external nutrient input, anthelmintics, antibiotics and vitamin usage and available reduction strategies in organic farming across …
  288. The use of microbial inoculants for biological control, plant growth promotion, and sustainable agriculture: A review
  289. Thiourea Application Increases Seed and Oil Yields in Camelina Under Heat Stress by Modulating the Plant Water Relations and Antioxidant Defense System
  290. Using aquatic animals as partners to increase yield and maintain soil nitrogen in the paddy ecosystems
  291. Using growth regulators in production of peas
  292. Varietal and environmental effects on the production of faba bean (Vicia faba L.) seeds for the food industry by confrontation of agricultural and nutritional traits with …
  293. Vegetable culture vs. climate change Innovative solutions Part 1. Research on the chemical analysis of Buzau white onion bulbs cultivated using diatomite and …
  294. War and Peas: Molecular Bases of Resistance to Powdery Mildew in Pea (Pisum sativum L.) and Other Legumes
  295. Water Yam (Dioscorea alata L.) Growth and Tuber Yield as Affected by Rotation and Fertilization Regimes across an Environmental Gradient in West Africa
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