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The efficacy of sterilizing agents, copper oxychloride, vegetable oil and agrowipe (botanic neem extract) against crown gall disease of roses in Kericho, Kenya (African Science Publications, 2020-10-05)The experiments were conducted at James Finlay Kenya, flowers division Tarakwet farm in Kericho county from January 2016 to December 2016 to study the efficacy of copper oxychloride 1.0 g/L, hydrogen peroxide 1.0 ml/L, ...
Phytochemical and acute toxicity study of aqueous extract of Bambusa vulgaris leaves on Wistar rats (African Science Publications, 2020-10-05)Background: Bambusa vulgaris (Poaceae) is widely used in the traditional pharmacopoeia to treat various pathologies like typhoid fever, diabetes, hypertension and malaria. Methods: The present study has demonstrated the ...
Effect of aqueous extracts of Datura stramonium W. seeds, leaves and roots on mortality of second stage juveniles of Globodera rostochiensis in Kenya (African Science Publications, 2020-10-05)Experiments were carried out in the laboratory to evaluate the effects of aqueous extracts of leaves, seeds and roots of Datura stramonium at different concentrations on mortality of Globodera rostochiensis juveniles. ...
(African Science Publications, 2020-10-05)Present work was investigated the study of infected fruits and its pathogens and checked the antagonistic activity with Trichoderma harzianum. Ficus carica was to be found highly mycotoxic due to more pathogens followed ...
(African Science Publications, 2020-10-05)In Zimbabwe opaque beer is one of the most common alcoholic beverages. This study was aimed at detecting aflatoxins and Ochratoxin A (OTA) in commercial opaque beer brewing. Aflatoxins and OTA are mycotoxins produced by ...