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close this bookNational Agricultural Bibliography of Uganda (ARIS, 1998, 397 p.)
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Veterinary Services

01055

History of veterinary services in Uganda.
Nsubuga, H.S.K. (Makerere University, Kampala (Uganda)).3 ref.The Uganda Veterinary Journal (Uganda). (Sep 1993). v. 1(1) p. 5-6.

AGROVOC: VETERINARY SERVICES; UGANDA.

AGRIS TRN

: UG9600084.

Local RN

: NA001076.

Rec. status

: N.

Prim.sub.cat

: L70. Sec.sub.cat.: L01.

Type of Rec

: J. Bibl.lev....: AS. Lit.ind.: V.

Location/access

: ARIS

01057

Privatization of veterinary practice in Uganda: Background, rationale, strategy and benefits.
Kasirye, J.B. (Uganda Veterinary Association, Kampala (Uganda)).The Uganda Veterinary Journal (Uganda). (Sep 1993). v. 1(1) p. 7-8.

AGROVOC: VETERINARY SERVICES; DEVELOPMENT PLANS; PRIVATE OWNERSHIP; UGANDA.

AGRIS TRN

: UG9600086.

Local RN

: NA001078.

Rec. status

: N.

Prim.sub.cat

: E14. Sec.sub.cat.: L70.

Type of Rec

: J. Bibl.lev....: AS. Lit.ind.: V.

Location/access

: ARIS

01058

Privatization of veterinary services in Uganda: the challenges of our time.
Mukiibi, J.K. (Makerere Univ. Kampala (Uganda). Faculty of Veterinary Medicine).The Uganda Veterinary Journal (Uganda). (Sep 1993).
v. 1(1) p. 8-11.

AGROVOC: VETERINARY SERVICES; PRIVATE OWNERSHIP; INTERNATIONAL LOANS; LOANS; UGANDA.

AGRIS TRN

: UG9600087.

Local RN

: NA001080.

Rec. status

: N.

Prim.sub.cat

: E14. Sec.sub.cat.: L70.

Type of Rec

: J. Bibl.lev....: AS. Lit.ind.: V.

Location/access

: ARIS

01059

UAA Northern Uganda activities.
Ogwal Okot, J. (Uganda Veterinary Association, Kampala (Uganda)).The Uganda Veterinary Journal (Uganda). (Sep 1993). v. 1(1) p. 12.

AGROVOC: VETERINARY SERVICES; UGANDA.

AGRIS TRN

: UG9600088.

Local RN

: NA001080.

Rec. status

: N.

Prim. sub. cat

: L70.

Type of Rec

: J. Bibl.lev....: AS. Lit.ind.: V.

Location/access

: ARIS

VIGNA UNGUICILATA

01049

Evaluation of introduced cowpea (Vigna unguiculata L. Walp) and pigeonpeas (Cajanus cajan Mill sp.) varieties in Uganda.
Rusoke, D.G.; Rubaihayo, P.R. (Makerere Univ. Kampala (Uganda). Dept. Crop Science). 1996. 166 p. 7 tables. Summary
First National Plant Genetic Resources Workshop: Conservation and utilisation (Uganda), p. 150.First National
Plant Genetic Resources Workshop: Conservation and utilisation. Mukono (Uganda). 9-11 Nov 1992.

AGROVOC: VIGNA UNGUICILATA; CAJANUS CAJAN; INTRODUCED VARIETEIS; GERMPLASM; EVALUATION; CROP YIELD; DISEASE RESISTANCE; PEST RESISTANCE; YIELD COMPONENTS; UGANDA.

AGRIS TRN

: UG9600077.

Local RN

: NA001070.

Rec. status

: N.

Prim.sub.cat

: F30.

Type of Rec

: B. Bibl.lev....: MS. Lit.ind.: KNEV.

VIGNA UNGUICULATA

00801

The influence of some crop protection management practices on yield stability of cowpeas.
Rusoke, D.G.; Rubaihayo, P.R. (Makerere Univ. Kampala (Uganda) Dept. Crop Science).5 tables; 15 ref. Summaries (En, Fr).African Crop Science Journal (Uganda). Third Issue. ISSN 1021 0/94. (Jan 1994). v. 2(1) p. 43-48.

AGROVOC: VIGNA UNGUICULATA; CROP MANAGEMENT; TESTING; TRIALS; ENVIRONMENTAL FACTORS; GENOTYPE ENVIRONMENT INTERACTION; SEASONS; YIELDS; UGANDA.

Thirty varieties of cowpeas (Vigna unguiculata L. Walp) were evaluated for their yield stability using two methods of field trials. One set of environments was created by using different crop protection management practices within one location. The second set created by using different seasons and Locations. The results of both methods revealed significant differences among environments, genotypes and genotype/environment interactions. Both methods showed that most of the varieties were stable with regression coefficients (b) not significantly different from unity, mean square deviations from regression (s2d) close to zero, high coefficients of determination and high grain yields. It was concluded that where funds, time, cooperation and competent field assistants are limiting the simulation of environments could be resorted to. Five varieties IT85F 7, TVx3236, IT82D, IT82D -land TVx274-02 were selected using the stability parameters of both methods and other desirable traits for further testing before eventual release to farmers.

AGRIS TRN

: UG9500002.

Local RN

: NA000821.

Rec. status

: N.

Prim.sub.cat

: F01.

Type of Rec

: J. Bibl.lev....: AS. Lit.ind.: NZE.

Location/access

: ARIS; 9500002

00811

Evaluation of 80 cowpea lines for resistance to scab, Sphaseloma spp.
Iceduna, C.L.; Adipala, E.; Oganga-Latigo, M.W. (Makerere Univ. Kampala (Uganda) Dept. of Crop Science).3 table; 2 ill. 12 ref. Summaries (En, Fr). African Crop Science Journal (Uganda). Fourth Issue. ISSN 1021 0/94. (Jun 1994). v. 2(2) p. 207

AGROVOC: VIGNA UNGUICULATA; INTRODUCED VARIETIES; LAND VARIETIES; TESTING; SCABS; DISEASE RESISTANCE; SPHACELONIA; UGANDA.

Eighty cowpea lines were evaluated in Uganda for resistance to Sphaceloma sp. the causal agent for scab. During short and long rains of 1991 and 1992. Scab severity varied with season and averaged 32 in 1991, and 2 and 24 during the first and second rains in 1992 respectively. Cowpea lines were ranked as resistant, moderately resistant and susceptible when percent plant area affected averaged 14, 15-30 and 30 in 1991; 1.5, 1.5-4.0. 4.0 in the first rains of 1992, and 15, 15-24 and 24in second rains of 1992. Overall 25 lines were considered resistant, 20 moderate and 35 susceptible

AGRIS TRN

: UG9500012.

Local RN

: NA000831.

Rec. status

: N.

Prim. sub. cat

: H20.

Type of Rec

: J. Bibl.lev....: AS. Lit.ind.: ZE.

Location/access

: ARIS/KARI

00962

Socioeconomic aspect of cowpea production in Uganda.
Sabiti, A.G., Nsubuga, E.N.B.; Adipala, E.; Ngambeki, D.S. (Makerere University, Kampala (Uganda) Faculty of Agriculture and Forestry).7 tables; 8 ref. Summary
Uganda Journal of Agricultural Sciences (Uganda). (Jun 1994).v. 2(1) p. 29-35.

AGROVOC: VIGNA UNGUICULATA; PLANT PRODUCTION; ECONOMIC SOCIOLOGY; UGANDA.

A rapid rural appraisal was carried out to identify the current state and status of cowpea production and farmer’s constraints in producing the crop. Thirteen major cowpea producing districts of Uganda namely Nebbi, Gulu, Lira, Apac, Kitgum, Masindi, Soroti, Kumi, Palisa, Tororo, Kamuli and Iganga were covered in the study. Farmers and extension agents were interviewed using group interviews. The results showed that cowpea is an important food crop, and in some cases, it was grown as cash crop especially in Kumi, Palisa and Soroti. The major production constraints were identified as pests, labour shortage, droughts, weeds, poor marketing, lack of transport, land shortage, lack of seed, and lack of capital. The study recommends that in-depth studies be carried out to find solutions to the above constraints

AGRIS TRN

: UG9500160.

Local RN

: NA000982.

Rec. status

: N.

Prim. sub. cat

: E90. Sec.sub.cat.: F01.

Type of Rec

: J. Bibl.lev....: AS. Lit.ind.: EV.

Location/access

: ARIS

01095

Development of an integrated pest management for cowpea in Uganda. Adipala E. (Makerere University, Kampala (Uganda) Dept. of Crop Science), kampala (Uganda). Dec 1995. 23 p.

AGROVOC: VIGNA UNGUICULATA; RESEARCH; WEEDING; SPACING; INTERCROPPING; INPUT OUTPUT ANALYSIS; TESTING; WEED CONTROL; DISEASE RESISTANCE; SPOTS; BLIGHTS; SPHACELOMA; XANTHOMONASCAMPESTRIS; CERCOSPORA; COLLETOTRICHUM; UROMYCES; APHISCRACCIVORA; INTEGRATED PEST MANAGEMENT; UGANDA.

AGRIS TRN

: UG9600125.

Local RN

: NA001116.

Rec. status

: N.

Prim.sub.cat

: H10. Sec.sub.cat.: E10; H20.

Type of Rec

: B. Bibl.lev....: M. Lit.ind.: V.

Location/access

: ARIS