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close this bookDirectory of Agricultural Research Projects in Uganda (ARIS, 1998, 388 p.)
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Coffea Canephora

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Local Record Number

: UG8900019

Status

: T

Project Code

: UG0501070003

Starting Date

: 198903

Duration

: 36

Termination Date

: 199203

Exchange Language

: En

Date of Information

: 199303

Title

: Investigations on the effect of nitrogen and phosphorus fertilizers and hormones on growth habit of Robusta coffee cuttings.

Objectives

: To find out the possibility of quickening growth, reducing nursery stage, obtaining uniform growth of cuttings, update the present technology of Clonal vegetative propagation and determine clone response to fertilizer treatments at nursery stage.

Category (Primary)

: F04

Category (Secondary)

: F02

Category (Tertiary)

: F62




AGROVOC Descriptors


: COFFEA CANEPHORA; NITROGEN FERTILIZERS; PHOSPHATE FERTILIZERS; PLANT RESPONSE; CLONES; CUTTINGS; VEGETATIVE PROPAGATION; PLANT GROWTH SUBSTANCES; PLANT HABIT;



Institution Name

: National Agricultural Research Organization. Kawanda Agricultural Research Institute. Coffee Research Unit

Institution Address

: PO Box 7065, KAMPALA (Uganda)

Research Leader

: Onzima, J.R.; Birth: ‘47; Nation.: UG


Speciality

: AGRONOMY

Co-worker 1

: Lukwago, G.; Nation.: UG


Speciality

: AGRICULTURAL ECONOMICS

Co-worker 2

: Kibirige-Sebunya, I.; Birth: ‘46; Nation.: UG


Speciality

: PLANT BREEDING

Notes.

: Phosphorus and nitrogen fertilizer reduced vegetative nursery period by one and a half months. More experiments will be laid in 1990 during the coffee farming systems programme

Programme name

: Coffee Improvement Programme

Type of research

: F

00020 ---




Local Record Number

: UG8900020

Status

: N

Project Code

: UG0501070004

Starting Date

: 198402

Duration

: 96

Exchange Language

: En

Date of Information

: 198911

Title

: Trials on interplanting in Robusta coffee.

Objectives

: To investigate the effects of interplanting on the yield of coffee, the physical and chemical properties of soil and find the cost benefit ratio involved in the exercise.

Category (Primary)

: F08

Category (Secondary)

: F01

Category (Tertiary)

: P33




AGROVOC Descriptors


: COFFEA CANEPHORA; MIXED CROPPING; SOIL CHEMISTRY; SOIL CHEMICOPHYSICAL PROPERTIES; YIELDS



Institution Name

: National Agricultural Research Organization. Kawanda Agricultural Research Institute. Coffee Research Unit

Institution Address

: PO Box 7065, KAMPALA (Uganda)

Research Leader

: Onzima, J.R.; Birth: ‘47; Nation.: UG


Speciality

: AGRONOMY

Co-worker 1

: Lukwago, G.; Nation.: UG


Speciality

: ECONOMICS

Co-worker 2

: Wetala, P.E.; Birth: ‘49; Nation.: UG


Speciality

: AGRONOMY

Programme name

: Coffee Improvement Programme

Type of research

: F

00021 ---




Local Record Number

: UG8900021

Status

: N

Project Code

: UG0501070005

Starting Date

: 198403

Duration

: XX

Exchange Language

: En

Date of Information

: 198911

Title

: Factorial experimental trials of nitrogen fertilizer on Robusta coffee under high management.

Objectives

: To investigate a new response curve of nitrogen application on well managed Robusta Clonal coffee and to increase the yields.

Category (Primary)

: F04

Category (Secondary)

: F01

Category (Tertiary)

: F02



AGROVOC Descriptors


: COFFEA CANEPHORA; NITROGEN FERTILIZERS; CLONES; FERTILIZER APPLICATION; PLANT RESPONSE; TRIALS; YIELDS



Institution Name

: National Agricultural Research Organization. Kawanda Agricultural Research Institute. Coffee Research Unit

Institution Address

: PO Box 7065, KAMPALA (Uganda)

Research Leader

: Onzima, J.R.; Birth: ‘47; Nation.: UG


Speciality

: AGRONOMY

Co-worker 1

: Wetala, P.E.; Birth: ‘49; Nation.: UG


Speciality

: AGRONOMY

Co-worker 2

: Lukwago, G.; Nation.: UG


Speciality

: ECONOMICS

Programme name

: Coffee Improvement Programme

Type of research

: F

00022 ---



Local Record Number

: UG8900022

Status

: N

Project Code

: UG0501070006

Starting Date

: 199201

Duration

: XX

Exchange Language

: En

Date of Information

: 198911

Title

: Identification of coffee leaf rust races in Uganda.

Objectives

: To determine the races of Hemiliae vastatrix that occur on both arabica and robusta coffee in Uganda as a pre-requisite for breeding resistant varieties.

Category (Primary)

: H20

Category (Secondary)

: F30



AGROVOC Descriptors


: COFFEA CANEPHORA; COFFEA ARABICA; RUSTS; HEMELIA VASTATRIX; IDENTIFICATION; VARIETIES; DISEASE RESISTANCE; UGANDA



Institution Name

: National Agricultural Research Organization. Kawanda Agricultural Research Institute. Coffee Research Unit

Institution Address

: PO Box 7065, KAMPALA (Uganda)

Research Leader

: Hakiza, G.J.; Birth: ‘47; Nation.: UG

Speciality

: PLANT PATHOLOGY

Co-worker 1

: Birikunzira, J.B.; Birth: ‘48; Nation.: UG


Speciality

: PLANT PATHOLOGY

Programme name

: Coffee Improvement Programme

Type of research

: L

00151 ---



Local Record Number

: UG9300151

Status

: N

Project Code

: UG0302010000

Starting Date

: 199108

Duration

: 24

Termination Date

: 199310

Exchange Language

: En

Date of Information

: 199110

Title

: Coffee farming systems baseline survey in Uganda.

Objectives

: To collect socio-economic and farm production data of the farm house hold; to obtain bench mark data on coffee and coffee-banana cropping systems to generate indicators and parameters to be used in subsequent research activities.

Category (Primary)

: F01

Category (Secondary)

: F08



AGROVOC Descriptors


: COFFEA CANEPHORA; COFFEA ARABICA; MUSA (BANANAS); FARMING SYSTEMS; HOUSEHOLFDS; FARM SURVEYS; ECONOMIC VIABILITY; PRODUCTION DATA



Institution Name

: Makerere University. Faculty of Agriculture and Forestry. Dept. of Agricultural economics

Institution Address

: PO Box 7062, KAMPALA (Uganda)

Research Leader

: Ngambeki, D.S.; Nation.: UG


Speciality

: AGRICULTURAL ECONOMICS

Co-worker 1

: Adupa, R.L.; Birth: ‘54; Nation.: UG


Speciality

: BIOMETRICS

Co-worker 2

: Nsubuga, E.N.B.; Nation.: UG


Speciality

: AGRICULTURAL ECONOMICS

Type of research

: F

00152 ---

Local Record Number

: UG9300151

Status

: T

Project Code

: UG0301050039

Starting Date

: 199202

Duration

: 18

Termination Date

: 199309

Exchange Language

: En

Date of Information

: 199302

Title

: Coffee farming systems baseline survey in Uganda.

Objectives

: To collect socio-economic and farm production data of the farm household; to obtain bench mark data on coffee and coffee banana cropping systems to generate indicators and parameters to be used in subsequent research activities.

Category (Primary)

: E20

Category (Secondary)

: F08

Category (Tertiary)

: E50



AGROVOC Descriptors


: COFFEA CANEPHORA; COFFEA ARABICA; MUSA (BANANAS); FARMING SYSTEMS; HOUSEHOLDS; FARM SURVEYS; ECONOMIC VIABILITY; PRODUCTION DATA



Institution Name

: Makerere University. Faculty of Agriculture and Forestry. Department of Agricultural Economics

Institution Address

: PO Box 7062, KAMPALA (Uganda)

Research Leader

: Ngambeki, D.S.; Nation.: UG

Speciality

: AGRICULTURAL ECONOMICS

Co-worker 1

: Adupa, R.L.; Birth: ‘54; Nation.: UG


Speciality

: BIOMETRY

Co-worker 2

: Nsubuga, E.N.B.; Birth: ‘60; Nation.: UG


Speciality

AGRICULTURAL ECONOMICS

Programme name

: Farming Systems Support Programme Methodology & Results: Baseline survey covered a sample of 720 farmers selected from 35 sub-counties of the 15 coffee producing districts. Data collection 36 interviewers most agric. officers were used. Enumerators and supervisors were first trained in methods of data collection, interpretation and questionnaire & interviewing techniques; data collected or socio-demography, general information, crop/livestock production systems.

Document Availability

: A report produced/expected.

Type of research

: F

00178 ---



Local Record Number

: UG9300175

Status

: N

Project Code

: UG0501010001

Starting Date

: 199103

Duration

: 60

Exchange Language

: En

Date of Information

: 199302

Title

: Intercropping of robusta coffee with annual crops, legumes and sweet potatoes.

Objectives

: Practical recommendation for intercropping coffee with crops to provide food, cash and rational use of available land and labour.

Category (Primary)

: F08

Category (Secondary)

: F01



AGROVOC Descriptors


: COFFEA CANEPHORA; IPOMOEA BATATAS; LEGUMES; INTERCROPPING; MULTIPLE LAND USE; LABOUR PRODUCTIVITY



Institution Name

: National Agricultural Research Organization. Kawanda Agricultural Research Institute. Kituza Coffee Research Station

Institution Address

: PO Box 185, MUKONO (Uganda)

Research Leader

: Onzima, J.R.; Birth: ‘47; Nation.: UG


Speciality

: AGRONOMY

Co-worker 1

: Wetala, P.E.; Birth: ‘49; Nation.: UG


Speciality

: AGRONOMY

Source of funds

: EEC

Specialized equipment

: Delta-T leaf Soil analyses equipment and services at Kawanda. Data analyses by Biometricians using computer facilities

Methodology & Results

: Approved + designed methodology: accordingly laboratory and field work operations. Final results at the end of 1993

Document Availability

: Quarterly reports/EEC(internal), 1992-3 Annual Report MAAIF, 1992. Proceeding of coffee production seminar by IACO, GCDA, Kampala, June 1992

Type of research

: B

00190 ---



Local Record Number

: UG9300187

Status

: C

Project Code

: UG0501070046

Starting Date

: 199103

Duration

: 60

Exchange Language

: En

Date of Information

: 199303

Title

: Long term effect of organic manure on Clonal robusta coffee and determination of types and rates to be recommended to coffee farmers.

Objectives

: A soil and crop management system applicable to farmer’s socio-economic situation to provide increased yields of good marketable coffee.

Category (Primary)

: F08

Category (Secondary)

: F01




AGROVOC Descriptors


: COFFEA CANEPHORA; CLONES; ORGANIC FERTILIZERS; APPLICATION RATES; SOIL MANAGEMENT; PLANT NUTRITION



Indexing (Local)


: KINONI; WESTERN UGANDA; ROBUSTA COFFEE



Institution Name

: National Agricultural Research Organization. Kawanda Agricultural Research Institute. Coffee Research Unit

Institution Address

: PO Box 7065, KAMPALA (Uganda)

Research Leader

: Onzima, R.J.; Birth: ‘47; Nation.: UG


Speciality

: AGRONOMY

Co-worker 1

: Wetala, P.E.; Birth: ‘49; Nation.: UG


Speciality

: AGRONOMY

Co-worker 2

: Birikunzira, J.B.; Birth: ‘49; Nation.: UG:


Speciality

: PLANT PATHOLOGY

Programme name

: Coffee Improvement programme

Source of funds

: EEC


Field staff.

: (All staff are drawn from MAAIF except a

Specialized equipment

: Lab soil analyses services at Kawanda and Makerere University

Methodology & Results

: - Based on design and method of statistical analyses envisaged - expected results as early as 1995 after coffee yield data

Document Availability

: Internal: - Quarterly report: 1992-1993

Type of research

: B

00209 ---




Local Record Number

: UG9300206

Status

: C

Project Code

: UG0501010002

Starting Date

199203

Duration

: 60

Exchange Language

: En

Date of Information

: 199302

Title

: Determination of optimum ratio of robusta coffee: banana intercropping systems.

Objectives

: Practical recommendations for intercropping Clonal robusta coffee with banana leading towards rational utilization of available land, labour and provide both food and cash crops at the same season.

Category (Primary)

: F08

Category (Secondary)

: F01



AGROVOC Descriptors


: COFFEA CANEPHORA; MUSA (BANANAS); CROP MANAGEMENT; INTERCROPPING; LABOUR ALLOCATION; LAND USE; CAPITAL ALLOCATION; OPTIMIZATION METHODS



Institution Name

: National Agricultural Research Organization. Kawanda Agricultural Research Institute. Kituza Coffee Research Station

Institution Address

: PO Box 185, MUKONO (Uganda)

Co-worker 1

: Onzima, J.R.; Birth: ‘47; Nation.: UG


Speciality

: AGRONOMY

Co-worker 2

: Wejuli, M.; Nation.: UG


Speciality

: SOIL SCIENCE

Programme name

: Coffee Improvement Programme

Source of funds

: EEC

Specialized equipment

: Soil Lab. ovens & equip and camera. Soil analysis services at Kawanda & Makerere

Methodology & Results

: Expected results: early 1994 after coffee/banana yield data

Document Availability

: Internal: Quarterly reports 1992-1993 Annual Report, MAAIF, 1992

Type of research

: B

00211 ---



Local Record Number

: UG9300207

Status

: T

Project Code

: UG0501010003

Starting Date

: 198903

Duration

: 60

Termination Date

: 199405

Exchange Language

: En

Date of Information

: 199302

Title

: Determination of nitrogen fertilizer response curve for robusta coffee to make recommendations to farmers.

Objectives

: To establish a crop and soil management system applicable to farmers socio-economic conditions providing increased yields of marketable quality coffee.

Category (Primary)

: F01

Category (Secondary)

: F04



AGROVOC Descriptors


: COFFEA CANEPHORA; NITROGEN FERTILIZERS; PLANT RESPONSE; CROP MANAGEMENT; SOIL MANAGEMENT; TECHNOLOGY TRANSFER



Institution Name

: National Agricultural Research Organization. Kawanda Agricultural Research Institute. Kituza Coffee Research Station

Institution Address

: PO Box 185, MUKONO (Uganda)

Research Leader

: Onzima, J.R.; Birth: ‘47; Nation.: UG


Speciality

: AGRONOMY

Co-worker 2

: Wejuli, M.; Nation.: UG


Speciality

: AGRONOMY

Specialized equipment

: Lab. Ovens, kit equipment. Soil analysis services at Kawanda and Makerere

Methodology & Results

: Designed and based on practical field and laboratory operations. Expected result at the end of 1993/95

Document Availability

: Internal: - Quarterly EEC/MAAIF reports 1992-93. Annual Report, MAAIF, 1993

Type of research

: B

00217 ---



Local Record Number

: UG9300213

Status

: T

Project Code

: UG0501070052

Starting Date

: 199106

Duration

: 36

Termination Date

: 199406

Exchange Language

: En

Date of Information

: 199304

Title

: Determination of the effects of nitrogen and phosphorus fertilizers on the rooting ability of robusta Clonal coffee cuttings.

Objectives

: Improved methods of Clonal coffee propagation for higher production of planting material to meet farmer’s demands.

Category (Primary)

: F04

Category (Secondary)

: F02



AGROVOC Descriptors


: COFFEA CANEPHORA; CLONES; NITROGEN FERTILIZERS; PHOSPHATE FERTILIZERS; ROOTING; PLANT RESPONSE; PROPAGATION BY CUTTINGS; PLANTING STOCK



Institution Name

: National Agricultural Research Organisation. Kawanda Agricultural Research Institute. Coffee Research Unit

Institution Address

: PO Box 7065, KAMPALA (Uganda)

Research Leader

: Onzima, J.R.; Birth: ‘47; Nation.: UG


Speciality

: AGRONOMY

Co-worker 1

: Hakiza, G.J.; Birth: ‘47; Nation.: UG


Speciality

: PLANT PATHOLOGY

Programme name

: Coffee Improvement Programme

Source of funds

: EEC

Specialized equipment

: Roof measurement equip. Delt-T. Chemicals: - Horu and fertilizers Computer services for Data and work-plan write-ups.

Methodology & Results

: Expected result at the end of 1995

Document Availability

: Internal: Quarterly report for EEC/MAAIF Proceedings of Inter. Coffee Production Seminar, IAACO/UCDA, July, 1992, Kampala

Type of research

: B

00224 ---




Local Record Number

: UG9300220

Status

: C

Project Code

: UG0501010004

Starting Date

: 199209

Duration

: 60

Exchange Language

: En

Date of Information

: 199305

Title

: Evaluation of herbicides in Robusta coffee in different agro-ecological zones on existing trial sites.

Objectives

: Develop herbicide recommendations for robusta coffee growing farmers in different agro-ecological zones.

Category (Primary)

: H60



AGROVOC Descriptors


: COFFEA CANEPHORA; HERBICIDES; TESTING; TRIALS; AGROCLIMATIC ZONES



Institution Name

: National Agricultural Research Organization. Kawanda Agricultural Research Institute. Kituza coffee Research Station

Institution Address

: PO Box 185, MUKONO (Uganda)

Co-worker 1

: Onzima, J.R.; Birth: ‘47; Nation.: UG


Speciality

: AGRONOMY

Programme name

: Coffee Improvement Programme

Source of funds

: EEC

Specialized equipment

: Computer for Data/Result Analyses Ovens, lab equipment for weed science - Cameras, slides

Methodology & Results

: Expected result within 2-3years.

Type of research

: B