|Smallholder farmers feed material conservation strategies in the tropical dry-lands of South-eastern Kenya||
Availability of feed is the major constraint to livestock production in the drylands of southeastern Kenya. In an effort to address this problem, this study was carried out to identify and rank feed material conservation strategies being used by the Kamba agro-pastoralists inhabiting this region.
|Ticks and tick-borne disease control in a pastoral and an agro-pastoral farming systems in Kenya|
|Prevalence, intensity and spectrum of helminths of free range pigs in Homabay District, Kenya|
|Climate variability and dry season ruminant livestock feeding strategies in Southeastern Kenya||ASARECA - Socio-economic characteristics and perceptions of cattle keepers and constraints to cattle production in Western Kenya. - 2014-10-07.pdf|
|Socio-economic characteristics and perceptions of cattle keepers and constraints to cattle production in Western Kenya|
|Knowledge, perceptions on tick-borne diseases and sero-prevalence of Theileria parva around around L.Victoria basin||ASARECA - Knowledge, perceptions on tick-borne diseases and sero-prevalence of Theileria parva around around L.Victoria basin file - 2014-10-10.pdf|
|Socio-economic values and traditional management practices of Tarime zebu cattle in Tanzania||
This study was conducted to determine the functions and desirable attributes of Tarime cattle found in northern part of Tanzania. Farmers’ breed preferences and willingness to pay for Tarime cattle conservation were also assessed.
|Estimating the Potential Economic Benefits of Adopting Bt Cotton in Selected COMESA Countries file||ASARECA - Estimating the Potential Economic Benefits of Adopting Bt Cotton in Selected COMESA Countries file - 2014-10-10.pdf||
Cotton farmers in the Common Market for Eastern and Southern Africa (COMESA) face pest challenges, the most destructive of which is the African bollworm (Helicoverpa armigera).
|Why Sustainable Management of Xanthomonas Wilt of Banana in East and Central Africa Has Been Elusive||ASARECA - Why Sustainable Management of Xanthomonas Wilt of Banana in East and Central Africa Has Been Elusive - 2014-10-10 (1).pdf||
Banana is an important food and cash crop and constitutes a large proportion of the total crop production in East and Central African (ECA) countries. Banana production has been threatened by Xanthomonas wilt (BXW) disease caused by the bacterium Xanthomonas campestris pv. musacearum.
|Introgressing Striga Resistance from a Mapped Donor Source into a Rwandan Adapted Sorghum Variety||Introgressing Striga Resistance from a Mapped Donor Source into a Rwandan Adapted Sorghum Variety - See more at httpwww.asareca.orgfileresearch-papers#sthash.PsznoaZR.dpuf_.pdf||
Sorghum [Sorghum bicolor (L.) Moench] is one of the most important cereal crops globally after wheat, maize, rice, barley and has an important role in the food and fodder security for millions of rural families in arid and semi-arid regions of the world