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  1. The push towards commercialization is driven by the modernization paradigm which argues that traditional subsistence farming is backward and primitive. Despite commercialization having the potential to enhance...

    Authors: Loveness Msofi Mgalamadzi, Mirriam Matita and Masautso Chimombo
    Citation: CABI Agriculture and Bioscience 2024 5:65
  2. Drought is one of the most important yield-limiting abiotic stresses threatening wheat production and productivity. Development of wheat genotypes with enhanced grain yield under drought-stressed conditions de...

    Authors: Birhanu Mecha Sewore and Ayodeji Abe
    Citation: CABI Agriculture and Bioscience 2024 5:64
  3. Cold waves both significantly reduce yield & damage crops as well; unforeseeable nature of cold waves makes it challenging for farmers to manage risk. Thus, we aim to select maize hybrids that thrive under col...

    Authors: Chitra Bahadur Kunwar, Bikas Basnet, Samjhana Sunuwar, Deep Narayan Mahato, Ramdas Chaudhari, Jharna Upadhya and Pragya Pokhrel
    Citation: CABI Agriculture and Bioscience 2024 5:63
  4. Pepper (Capsicum spp.) is a major spice crop around the globe. The major goal of the experiment was to evaluate the genetic diversity amongst 30 pepper germplasms for twelve morphological and phytochemical parame...

    Authors: Nighat Parvin, Mst Salma Masuda, Mst Tanjina Shahanaj Turin, Sohana Jui, Mst. Anamika Amzad, Mst. Ananya Khatun, Md Arifuzzaman, Rahma Ibrahim Alshamrani and Eakhlas Uddin Ahmed
    Citation: CABI Agriculture and Bioscience 2024 5:62
  5. Pesticides-induced mortality has traditionally been the toxicological endpoint on which a chemical is selected for pest management strategies. However, the exposure to a pesticide might also cause behavioral a...

    Authors: Zeinab Hamouche, Caterina Zippari, Abderrahmane Boucherf, Giuseppe Cavallo, Khaled Djelouah, Giovanni Tamburini, Vincenzo Verrastro, Antonio Biondi and Daniele Cornara
    Citation: CABI Agriculture and Bioscience 2024 5:61
  6. Plant growth and productivity are greatly impacted by temperature stress, both high and low. These stresses impair biochemical, physiological, and molecular processes in the plant, eventually affecting plant g...

    Authors: Amanpreet K. Sidhu, Madhvi Sharma, Sanskruthi Bhickchand Agrawal, Pranita Bhavsar and Mahesh Kumar Samota
    Citation: CABI Agriculture and Bioscience 2024 5:60
  7. The yellow peach moth, Conogethes punctiferalis, is one of the most destructive polyphagous pests to corn crops in the Huang-Huai-Hai summer corn region of China. However, little is known about the host plant ada...

    Authors: Yuqing Gao, Mengqi Ji, Shaohua Li, Saige Wang, Yanfen Zhao, Yongyu Xu, Zhenzhen Chen, Jianghua Sun, Zhiwei Kang and Fanghua Liu
    Citation: CABI Agriculture and Bioscience 2024 5:59
  8. Augmentative Biological Control (ABC) is one of the essential strategies for building a more sustainable agriculture, especially in commodities such as soybean, where the overuse of insecticides has been the s...

    Authors: Adeney de F. Bueno, Weidson P. Sutil, Leonardo Roswadoski and Yelitza Coromoto Colmenarez
    Citation: CABI Agriculture and Bioscience 2024 5:58
  9. Soil acidity and low soil fertility due to nutrient leaching coupled with low inorganic fertilizer usage is a major cause of low crop yields across Southwest Ethiopia. Recently, biochar potential to improve so...

    Authors: Samuel Shaweno Dawerasha, Amsalu Nebiyu, Milkiyas Ahmed and Bewuketu Haile
    Citation: CABI Agriculture and Bioscience 2024 5:56
  10. Telenomus remus is an egg parasitoid used as a biocontrol agent to control the invasive pest Spodoptera frugiperda. The use of high-quality factitious hosts is needed for efficient mass rearing of high-fitness pa...

    Authors: Xin Lü, Ranran Qiu, Xiaofang He and Jun Li
    Citation: CABI Agriculture and Bioscience 2024 5:55
  11. Biopesticides are defined as substances derived from naturally occurring materials (i.e., plants, microorganisms and minerals) characterized by low environmental effects, rapid degradation, and low toxicity fo...

    Authors: Ilaria Laterza, Maria Luisa Vitale, Maria Francesca Agostinacchio, Zineb Bennani, Enrico de Lillo, Giovanni Tamburini, Vincenzo Verrastro, Giuseppe Cavallo, Nicolas Desneux, Antonio Biondi, Elisa Santovito and Daniele Cornara
    Citation: CABI Agriculture and Bioscience 2024 5:54
  12. Rice–wheat rotation is the principal cropping system in South Asian countries. Increasing productivity under this cropping system in Northern India is not only a policy priority but also an important component...

    Authors: Mosharaf Hossain, Swati Nayak, Subhasmita Mohapatra, Pooja Trivedi and Showkat A. Waza
    Citation: CABI Agriculture and Bioscience 2024 5:53
  13. Fall armyworm (FAW), Spodoptera frugiperda (J.E. Smith), has become one of the main invasive species on earth since it was first found outside its native range in Africa in 2016. Integrated pest management (IPM) ...

    Authors: Léna Durocher-Granger, Gi-Mick Wu, Elizabeth A. Finch, Alyssa Lowry, Yuen Ting Yeap, J. Miguel Bonnin, Lisa Offord, Marc Kenis and Marcel Dicke
    Citation: CABI Agriculture and Bioscience 2024 5:52
  14. The constant use of pesticides on farmlands is a source of food poison and potential cause of disease to humans in most parts of Africa. The lack of in-depth knowledge on the choices of use of the pesticides a...

    Authors: Valentine Chi Mbatchou, Osman Daddy Yunusah and Umar Farouk Iddrisu
    Citation: CABI Agriculture and Bioscience 2024 5:51
  15. The dryland production environments in Niger Republic (Niger) generate variable crop production risks that reduce crop yields and increase regional food insecurity. Optimal combinations of crop varieties and m...

    Authors: Maman Garba, Alpha Y. Kamara, Ali M. L. Mohamed, Abdullahi I. Tofa, Soulé A. Mahamane, Hanarou Salissou, Balkissa I. Kapran, Tahirou Abdoulaye and Ismail I. Garba
    Citation: CABI Agriculture and Bioscience 2024 5:50
  16. Rice is frequently subjected to various environmental stresses, resulting in significant production losses, with drought and salinity are the leading causes of plant damage globally. This study aims to charact...

    Authors: Mohammad Asad Ullah, Muhammad-Redha Abdullah-Zawawi, Noor Liyana Sukiran, Md. Imtiaz Uddin, Ismanizan Ismail and Zamri Zainal
    Citation: CABI Agriculture and Bioscience 2024 5:49
  17. The spotted wing drosophila, Drosophila suzukii, is an invasive pest causing significant economic losses worldwide. Current pest control strategies mainly rely on insecticides, which negatively impact fruit marke...

    Authors: Fabrizio Lisi, Carmelo Cavallaro, Lorenzo Fellin, Antonio Gugliuzzo, Nicolas Desneux, Gianfranco Anfora, Marco Valerio Rossi-Stacconi and Antonio Biondi
    Citation: CABI Agriculture and Bioscience 2024 5:48
  18. Wolbachia-infected thelytokous Trichogramma wasps have been considered as potential effective biocontrol agents against lepidopteran pests in agriculture and forests. However, intra-specific competition may arise...

    Authors: Qian-Jin Dong, Yue He, Yu-Zhe Dong, Wu-Nan Che, Jin-Cheng Zhou and Hui Dong
    Citation: CABI Agriculture and Bioscience 2024 5:46
  19. Our world is experiencing an unprecedented surge in energy demand due to rapid economic growth and population expansion. This escalating need for energy poses a significant challenge as reliance on fossil fuel...

    Authors: Gudeta Dida
    Citation: CABI Agriculture and Bioscience 2024 5:45
  20. The cotton aphid, Aphis gossypii Glover is a polyphagous herbivore known worldwide. The aphid infestation could be considered as a challenge to crops, but an opportunity for alien invasive weed management. Hence,...

    Authors: Tatek Kassu, Emana Getu and Diriba Muleta
    Citation: CABI Agriculture and Bioscience 2024 5:43
  21. In the smallholder farming areas located in semi-arid regions of Zimbabwe, low and unreliable rainfall distribution and poor soil fertility are the major factors limiting crop production. The negative effects ...

    Authors: Pasipanodya Chiturike, Jephta Gotosa, Innocent Wadzanai Nyakudya, Sandra M. Madamombe, Ronald Mandumbu, Ngonidzashe Chirinda, Andrew Tapiwa Kugedera and George Nyamadzawo
    Citation: CABI Agriculture and Bioscience 2024 5:41
  22. Bactrocera dorsalis Hendel is a severe fruit pest that causes significant economic losses globally. Despite B. dorsalis having been distributed mostly across Asia, studies on its current and future density variat...

    Authors: W. M. C. D. Wijekoon, G. A. S. M. Ganehiarachchi, H. C. E. Wegiriya and S. P. Vidanage
    Citation: CABI Agriculture and Bioscience 2024 5:40
  23. Accuracy in determining food authenticity, possible contamination, content analysis, and even geographical origin is of considerable scientific and economic value. The aim of this study is to facilitate quant...

    Authors: Cosimo Ricci, Agata Gadaleta, Annamaria Gerardino, Angelo Didonna, Giuseppe Ferrara and Francesca Romana Bertani
    Citation: CABI Agriculture and Bioscience 2024 5:39
  24. Authors: Harrison Rware, Kansiime K. Monica, Mugambi Idah, Makale Fernadis, Ikiror Davis, Wako Buke, Danielsen Solveig, Karanja Daniel, Chacha Duncan, Byskov Morten and Hyams Keith
    Citation: CABI Agriculture and Bioscience 2024 5:38

    The original article was published in CABI Agriculture and Bioscience 2024 5:21

  25. Puccinia abrupta var. partheniicola, the so-called winter rust of parthenium weed (Parthenium hysterophorus), an invasive alien weed in India, was rediscovered at an epiphytotic scale in February 2023 following a...

    Authors: Prakya Sreerama Kumar
    Citation: CABI Agriculture and Bioscience 2024 5:37
  26. Pearl millet (Cenchrus americanus) is the sixth most significant cereal crop cultivated on 30 million ha and a staple diet for 90 million poor people across the globe. Besides abiotic stresses several biotic stre...

    Authors: Shreshth Gupta, Sagar Krushnaji Rangari, Aakash Sahu, Yogesh Dashrath Naik, C. Tara Satayavathi, Somashekhar Punnuri and Mahendar Thudi
    Citation: CABI Agriculture and Bioscience 2024 5:36
  27. Scab is a fungal disease of common beans caused by the pathogen Elsinoë phaseoli. The disease results in major economic losses on common beans, and there are efforts to develop integrated pest management strategi...

    Authors: Shadrack Odikara Oriama, Benard W. Kulohoma, Evans Nyaboga, Y. O. Masheti and Reuben Otsyula
    Citation: CABI Agriculture and Bioscience 2024 5:35
  28. Using a desirable tester is considered one method used to maximise genetic differences among test crosses derived from new inbred lines and improves the overall performance of maize. Thus, this study aimed to ...

    Authors: Degife Zebire, Abebe Menkir, Victor Adetimirin, Wende Mengesha, Meseka Silvestro and Melaku Gedil
    Citation: CABI Agriculture and Bioscience 2024 5:34
  29. This mixed-methods study examines how men and women of different ages engaged in agriculture in Kilifi and Kiambu counties in Kenya define empowerment and describe empowerment pathways, and how empowered peopl...

    Authors: Haley Zaremba, Eileen Bogweh Nchanji, Nadia Guettou Djurfeldt, Hanna North, Vanya Slavchevska and Annarita Macchioni Giaquinto
    Citation: CABI Agriculture and Bioscience 2024 5:33

    The Correction to this article has been published in CABI Agriculture and Bioscience 2024 5:42

  30. In cultivation, E. ventricosum is propagated clonally with adventitious buds sprouting from callus formed on the cut surfaces of the corm. The present study was conducted to enhance the efficiency of this indigen...

    Authors: Fikadu Bora and Bewuketu Haile
    Citation: CABI Agriculture and Bioscience 2024 5:32
  31. The recovery process of degraded areas with the implantation of orchards of native species is still little known. Thus, we intend to evaluate the physiological performance of Hancornia speciosa during different s...

    Authors: Estenio Moreira Alves, Fabiano Guimarães Silva, Roniel Geraldo Avila, Lucas Loram Lourenço, Thales Caetano de Oliveira, Aldo Max Custódio, Márcio Rosa, João Paulo Pennacchi and Tiago do Prado Paim
    Citation: CABI Agriculture and Bioscience 2024 5:31
  32. Monitoring navel orangeworm, Amyelois transitella (Lepidoptera: Pyralidae) using pheromone lures is now complicated by the use of mating disruption. Two commercially available lures that are minimally affected by...

    Authors: Joel P. Siegel, Charles S. Burks and Houston Wilson
    Citation: CABI Agriculture and Bioscience 2024 5:30
  33. In southern central rift valley of Ethiopia, maize is an important crop because of its adaptation to wider agro-ecologies and higher yield potential. However, most cultivars were not parameterized to include i...

    Authors: Daniel Markos, Walelign Worku and Girma Mamo
    Citation: CABI Agriculture and Bioscience 2024 5:29
  34. Africa accounts for a significant portion of the world’s sweetpotato production where it is widely grown as a staple crop. In sub-Saharan Africa (SSA), sweetpotato serves as an important year-round source of c...

    Authors: Chad A. Keyser, Frederick S. Walters, Haley Turner, Elka Armstrong, Jeff Davis, Brooke Bissinger, Brant Johnson, Agnes Alajo, Paul Musana, Joseph Odongo, Benard Yada and Milton A. Otema
    Citation: CABI Agriculture and Bioscience 2024 5:28
  35. To ascertain the ideal dosage of ZnO NPs (Zinc Oxide Nanoparticles), we conducted an investigation on the priming effects of varying concentrations of ZnO NPs on germination and physio-biochemical parameters o...

    Authors: Priyanka Pandya, Sushil Kumar, Ghanshyam Patil, Monil Mankad and Zarna Shah
    Citation: CABI Agriculture and Bioscience 2024 5:27
  36. Animal biotechnologies have the potential to improve the sustainability and security of our global food systems. Government regulatory authorities are responsible for ensuring the safety of food their citizens...

    Authors: Eric Hallerman, Justin Bredlau, Luiz Sergio A. Camargo, Maria Lucia Zaidan Dagli, Margaret Karembu, Daniel Kovich, Anne Ndanu Muia, Mariana L. Murrone, Pedro Jesus Rocha-Salavarrieta, Rhodora Romero-Aldemita, Mark Tizard, Mark Walton and Diane Wray-Cahen
    Citation: CABI Agriculture and Bioscience 2024 5:25
  37. We use a combination of a global desk review of the literature with information from an on-going action research in Kenya to provide insights into the main characteristics, benefits and shortfalls of business ...

    Authors: Mariam Kadzamira, Florence Chege, Chubashini Suntharalingam, Mary Bundi, Linda Likoko, Deogratius Magero, Dannie Romney, Monica Kansiime and Joseph Mulema
    Citation: CABI Agriculture and Bioscience 2024 5:24
  38. Microbial biofilms are complex communities of microorganisms that exist in various environments, including natural and human-built systems and have a significant economic impact on a global scale. In addition ...

    Authors: Patricia L. Abdian, Miguel Cámara, Fabricio D. Cassan, Gabriel Castrillo, Marisa Díaz, Gustavo Gonzalez Anta, Claire Hodge, Jo Slater-Jefferies, Cait E. MacPhee, Enzo Moriconi, Paulina D. Rakowska, Rasmita Raval, Duncan Ross, Juan F. Sandoval, Diego O. Serra, Claudio Valverde…
    Citation: CABI Agriculture and Bioscience 2024 5:23
  39. Soil depletion constitutes a major challenge for agriculture and food security in highlands of eastern Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC). This study aimed to assess the effectiveness of the split-application ...

    Authors: Patient M. Zamukulu, Espoir M. Bagula, Jean M. Mondo, Géant B. Chuma, Gisèle M. Bulonza, Sarah Mwaluke, Yannick Mugumaarhahama, Céphas B. Mwimangire, Eloïs L. Cinyabuguma, Antoine K. Lubobo and Gustave N. Mushagalusa
    Citation: CABI Agriculture and Bioscience 2024 5:22
  40. Antibiotics hold the promise of mitigating the spread of livestock diseases while enhancing productivity. However, there is global concerns surrounding the improper handling and administration of antibiotics, ...

    Authors: Harrison Rware, Kansiime K. Monica, Mugambi Idah, Makale Fernadis, Ikiror Davis, Wako Buke, Danielsen Solveig, Karanja Daniel, Chacha Duncan, Byskov Morten and Hyams Keith
    Citation: CABI Agriculture and Bioscience 2024 5:21

    The Correction to this article has been published in CABI Agriculture and Bioscience 2024 5:38

  41. Ethiopian highland bamboo [Oldeania alpina (K. Schum) Stapleton] (Poaceae: Bambusoideae: Arundinarieae) is one of the economically and environmentally important plants in Ethiopia. Despite its wide presence in th...

    Authors: Muhamed Adem, Oumer Abdie, Tileye Feyissa and Dereje Beyene
    Citation: CABI Agriculture and Bioscience 2024 5:20
  42. Halyomorpha halys Stål (Hemiptera: Pentatomidae), brown marmorated stink bug (BMSB), is a highly polyphagous invasive pest worldwide. It is also known to be a nuisance pest as it enters artificial structures, inc...

    Authors: Jin-Ping Zhang, Gonzalo Avila, Gang Ma, Qian-Qian Mi, Adriana Najar-Rodriguez, Ju-Hong Chen, Chun-Sen Ma and Feng Zhang
    Citation: CABI Agriculture and Bioscience 2024 5:19
  43. Cluster farming is an agricultural practice that involves organizing and grouping together farmers within a specific geographic area based on proximity of their farm plots to create synergies and economies of ...

    Authors: Birara Endalew, Asres Elias and Kumi Yasunobu
    Citation: CABI Agriculture and Bioscience 2024 5:18

    The Correction to this article has been published in CABI Agriculture and Bioscience 2024 5:26

  44. Candida albicans is resistant to various antifungal drugs, this presents a significant problem on a global scale. This study investigates a novel approach on the potential fungicidal effects of α-Phellandrene com...

    Authors: Riya Bhattacharya, Prashant Sharma, Debajyoti Bose and Manish Singh
    Citation: CABI Agriculture and Bioscience 2024 5:17
  45. Ethiopia is one of Africa’s fastest-growing economies, and the recent political and economic reforms recognize the importance of empowering women and increasing their labour force participation. The Federal De...

    Authors: Nahusenay Teamer Gebrehiwot and Catherine Ndinda
    Citation: CABI Agriculture and Bioscience 2024 5:16

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