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Bibliothèque Narrowing the skill and knowledge gaps of young researchers on pest surveillances, diagnostics and integrated pest and disease management on wheat and food legumes in East Africa and CWANA regions

Narrowing the skill and knowledge gaps of young researchers on pest surveillances, diagnostics and integrated pest and disease management on wheat and food legumes in East Africa and CWANA regions

Narrowing the skill and knowledge gaps of young researchers on pest surveillances, diagnostics and integrated pest and disease management on wheat and food legumes in East Africa and CWANA regions

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Date of publication
Décembre 2022
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ISBN / Resource ID
LP-CG-20-23-3370

Many young researchers working in plant protections lacks skills and knowledge on pest and disease
surveillances, identification, disease/pest measurements, pest and disease dynamics, Integrated Pest and
Disease Management (IPDM) options and different aspects of conducting plant protection research and
generating quality results. Skill and knowledge gaps are pronounced mainly on emerging and new
diseases, new pathogen pathotypes and races affecting food legumes. In addition, the training help
researchers to evaluate breeding lines together with breeders in their respective countries. The training
in 2023 cropping season included supporting MSc and PhD students to conduct parts of their Theses
Research, internship and tailor-made group training to NPPOs, young researchers from countries in East
Africa and CWANA regions.

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Kemal, Seid Ahmed , Kumari, Safaa , Boulamtat, Rachid

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