Legume Pests & Diseases

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Pictures
Aphid infestation on common beans.
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Warren Arinaitwe
Training Alupe widows group on legume pests and diseases
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Warren Arinaitwe
Crop performance assessment with farmers hosting the Legume P&D seed quality trial in Bondo-Western Kenya , 2015
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Warren Arinaitwe
Common bean no longer a women crop in East Africa
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Warren Arinaitwe
Black bean aphid infestation on common beans observed in LH1 agro ecological zone of Western Kenya during the legume pest and disease survey in 2013
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Warren Arinaitwe
A focused group discussion with farmers participating in the legume pest and disease diversity trials in Alupe, Western Kenya
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Warren Arinaitwe
McKnight and legume pest and disease project team members comparing the quality of harvested seed from the Long rains field trail hosted at one of the members of Alupe Widows support group in Alupe, Busia- Kenya
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Warren Arinaitwe
Members of Legume PD project during the annual review meeting held at Golf Hotel Kakamega from 13th to 14th August 2015
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Legume PD
Pawpaw plant growing healthy on a rock in Western Kenya. The photo was taken during the legume pest and disease survey in 2013
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Warren Arinaitwe
Common bean giving a smile to many children in Western Kenya
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Warren Arinaitwe
Children: The future of farming. These Children were photographed in a common bean farmer in Kapsabet, Western Kenya during the legume pest and disease baseline survey in 2013
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Warren Arinaitwe
Assessing the effect of different seed sources on legume pest and disease pressure in Western Kenya. Such fields served as demonstration plots and classrooms for farmers in the surrounding communities.
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Legume P&D
Introduction Violet Nyongesa, a member of Alupe Widows support group to ODK. The farmers will help the project capture important events happening in the experimental plots at times when researchers are not in the field. She also received a smart phone after the training and this was an exciting moment in his life.
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Legume P&D
Graduate students posing with a farmer after a good harvest from the seed quality trial in Western Kenya during the Long rains of 2015.
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Legume P&D
Training Alupe widows group on legume pests and diseases
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Warren Arinaitwe