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African nightshades: genetic, biochemical and metabolite diversity of an underutilised indigenous leafy vegetable and its potential for plant breeding
ABSTRACT African nightshades are becoming more important as leafy vegetables in sub-Saharan Africa. Previously considered as food for the poor, their cultivation is now being promoted, and some… Expand
Influence of selected tree species on soil characteristics, growth and yield of maize in Western Kenya
Low purchasing power of inorganic fertilizers by farmers among other factors has led to a decrease in maize production in Kenya. Growing trees on-farm can improve the situation. A study was carried… Expand
Production, processing and storage techniques of African nightshade (Solanum spp.) seeds and their correlations with farmers characteristics in western Kenya
Nightshade (Solanum species) is a priority African indigenous vegetable of great importance that plays a significant role in nutrition, food security and income generation. Much research attention on… Expand