Articles in Press
Article ID: 2020/AJRCS/59316: Effect of Cowpea Trap Crop on the Control of
[Aphis gossypii (Glover)] in Zimbabwean Cotton
F. Jimu1*, R. Mapuranga2, W. Mubvekeri1, B. Ngara3, and D. Kutywayo4
1Cotton Research Institute, P. Bag 765 Kadoma, Zimbabwe,
2Gwanda State University, Epoch mine Campus, P.O.Box 30, Filabusi, Zimbabwe,
3Biometrics and Computer Services Institute, P.O.Box CY594 Causeway, Harare, Zimbabwe.
4Department of Research and Specialist Services, P.O.Box CY594 Causeway, Harare, Zimbabwe.
Article ID: 2020/AJRCS/59295: Efficacy of Spinosad 48SC on the Management of
Cotton Bollworms Diparopsis Castanea (Hubner) and Herlicoverpa Amigera (Hampson) in Zimbabwe
Jimu Francis1*, R. Mapuranga2, W. Mubvekeri1 and D. Kutywayo3
1Cotton Research Institute, P. Bag 765 Kadoma, Zimbabwe.
2Gwanda State University, Epoch mine Campus, P.O. Box 30, Filabusi, Zimbabwe
3Department of Research and Specialist Services, P.O. Box CY594, Causeway, Harare, Zimbabwe.
Article ID: 2020/AJRCS/58214: Effects of Chlorsulfuron 75% WDG Herbicide and
Varieties on Striga Control and Sorghum Yield in Tigray, Ethiopia
1Crop Department, Ethiopian Institute of Agricultural Research, Tigray Agricultural Research Institute,
Humera Agricultural Research Center, P.O.BOX 62, Humera, Tigray, Ethiopia.
Article ID: 2020/AJRCS/58262: The Role of Trichoderma Species in Plants Response to Salt Stress
Solomon Boamah1, Shuwu Zhang1, Bingliang Xu1*, LI Tong1, Rehan Inayat1
and Alejandro Calderón-Urrea1,2
1College of Plant Protection, Gansu Agricultural University, Lanzhou, China.
2Department of Biology, College of Science and Mathematics, California State University, Fresno, CA, USA.
Article ID: 2020/AJRCS/55816: Response of Groundnut (Arachishypogaea L.) Genotypes to Combined Application of Phosphorus and Foliar Zinc Fertilizers in Central Tigray, Ethiopia
Hintsa Meresa1*, Dereje Assefa2 and YemaneTsehaye2
1Abergelle Agricultural Research Center, P. O. Box 44, Abi-Adi, Ethiopia.
2Departmentof Crop and Horticultural Science, Mekelle University, Ethiopia.
Article ID: 2020/AJRCS/54739 : Demographic and Socioeconomic Factors Influencing Uptake of Striga Weed Control Technologies in Kenya
Godfrey Nakitare Nambafu1* and Richard Ndemo Onwonga2
1Department of Agriculture Biosystems and Economics, University of Kabianga,
P.O.Box 2030 – 20200, Kericho, Kenya.
2Department of Land Resources Management and Agriculture Technology, University of Nairobi,
P.O.Box 29053 – 00625, Kangemi, Kenya.