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Ivan Arinaitwe Kabita

Betty Namagembe

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Joseph Sabiiti, B.Sc.,Ms.C

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article thumbnailFarmers in the East African Highlands, centred on Uganda, depend on bananas as a staple food crop and a source of income. The harvest, however, is threatened by many pests and diseases that also...
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