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  1. Antibiotic resistance genes will spread via soil fertilized with animal manure to food products. Especially plants whose harvested products can be consumed freshly are of concern. The aim of this study was to ...

    Authors: Leo van Overbeek, Björn Berendsen, Stefan Aanstoot, Alex Bossers, Els Nijhuis, Lina Russ and Beatriz Andreo Jimenez
    Citation: CABI Agriculture and Bioscience 2023 4:32
  2. The development of salt-tolerant rice has become urgent due to climate change and rising global rice consumption. A large-scale analysis using different but related platforms has become imperative to filter ou...

    Authors: Dipankor Chatterjee, Mohammad Umer Sharif Shohan, Nishat Tamanna and Zeba I. Seraj
    Citation: CABI Agriculture and Bioscience 2023 4:31
  3. In response to the climate crisis, there has been much focus on climate-smart agriculture (CSA); namely, technologies and practices that enhance adaptation, reduce greenhouse gas emissions, and contribute to f...

    Authors: Jon Hellin, Eleanor Fisher, Marcus Taylor, Suhas Bhasme and Ana María Loboguerrero
    Citation: CABI Agriculture and Bioscience 2023 4:30
  4. Fall Armyworm (FAW), Spodoptera frugiperda (Lepidoptera: Noctuidae), native to the Americas, is a polyphagous insect pest feeding on more than 350 plant species. We studied the developmental and demographic param...

    Authors: Md Panna Ali, Sheikh Shamiul Haque, Md Mosaddeke Hossain, Md Nazmul Bari, Mir Md Moniruzzaman Kabir, Tapon Kumar Roy, Juel Datta, Mohammad Tofazzal Hossain Howlader, Syed Nurul Alam and Timothy J. Krupnik
    Citation: CABI Agriculture and Bioscience 2023 4:29
  5. Tuta absoluta and Bemisia tabaci are two key worldwide tomato pests. In response to chemical control limits, the use of zoophytophagous mirid predators as biocontrol agents is being increasingly studied and propo...

    Authors: Kouassi A. J. Konan, Coline C. Jaworski, Lucie S. Monticelli, Mnqobi Zuma, Roger Boll, Marie-France N. Kouadio, Thibaud Martin, Benjamin Gard, Roselyne Souriau, Anne-Violette Lavoir and Nicolas Desneux
    Citation: CABI Agriculture and Bioscience 2023 4:28
  6. Aflatoxins are secondary metabolites, produced by some fungal species of the genus Aspergillus, posing health and economic implications throughout the world. Developing countries in Asia usually have tropical con...

    Authors: Abeera Umar, Hamzah Shahbaz Bhatti and Sabyan Faris Honey
    Citation: CABI Agriculture and Bioscience 2023 4:27
  7. Soil microorganisms including rhizobacteria and fungi play a key role in soil health, biodiversity and productivity of natural and managed ecosystems. Plant growth-promoting rhizobacteria (PGPR) associated wit...

    Authors: Oluwaseun Adeyinka Fasusi, Olubukola Oluranti Babalola and Timothy Olubisi Adejumo
    Citation: CABI Agriculture and Bioscience 2023 4:26
  8. Pareuchaetes pseudoinsulata Rego Barros (Lepidoptera, Erebidae) has been deliberately released in six countries in South and South-East Asia as a biological control agent for Chromolaena odorata (L.) R.M. King & ...

    Authors: Matthew J. W. Cock, Michael D. Day and Rachel L. Winston
    Citation: CABI Agriculture and Bioscience 2023 4:25
  9. Woody species have been introduced in many parts of the world to provide economic benefits, but some of those species are now among the worst invaders, causing widespread economic and environmental damage. Man...

    Authors: René Eschen, Ketema Bekele, Yohana Jumanne, Staline Kibet, Fernadis Makale, John Richard Mbwambo, Berhanu Megersa, Mahamood Mijay, Francis Moyo, Linus Munishi, Mickfanaka Mwihomeke, Winnie Nunda, Moses Nyangito, Arne Witt and Urs Schaffner
    Citation: CABI Agriculture and Bioscience 2023 4:21
  10. Achieving Zimbabwe’s national and international commitments to food systems transformation and climate resilience building is of high priority. Integrated simulation-based research approaches developed under t...

    Authors: Sabine Homann-Kee Tui, Roberto O. Valdivia, Katrien Descheemaeker, Gevious Sisito, Elisha N. Moyo and Farai Mapanda
    Citation: CABI Agriculture and Bioscience 2023 4:24
  11. Rhizosphere microbiomes are fundamental for plant health, development, and productivity, but can be altered by the incidence of soil-borne pathogens. The dysbiosis (disturbance of the microbiome structure of h...

    Authors: Frédérique Reverchon, Mariel García-Meléndez, Edgar Guevara-Avendaño, Oscar Mora-Chávez, Itzel A. Solís-García, Wesley Dáttilo, José A. Guererro-Analco, Alfonso Méndez-Bravo, Juan L. Monribot-Villanueva, Violeta Patiño-Conde, Fernando Pineda-García and Eria A. Rebollar
    Citation: CABI Agriculture and Bioscience 2023 4:23
  12. Recommendations for fertilizer use in agriculture do not take into account the growing region and the source of the organic matter. In addition, vegetable growers are unaware of the quantities of fertilizer to...

    Authors: Maxime Merlin Tonfack Djoufack, Eric Bertrand Kouam, Edith Marius Kouam Foko, Mariette Anoumaa, Pierre Marie Kaktcham and François Ngoufack Zambou
    Citation: CABI Agriculture and Bioscience 2023 4:22
  13. Dry brewer spent yeast (DBSY) has high crude protein (CP) (43.2%) and metabolizable energy (14.3 MJ/kg) contents and it is an alternative animal feed for the improvement of the productive and reproductive perf...

    Authors: Geberemariyam Terefe, Mulugeta Walelgne, Dereje Fekadu, Getu Kitaw, Mesfin Dejene, Aeimro Kehaliu, Bethlehem Mekonnen and Yohannse Habteyesus
    Citation: CABI Agriculture and Bioscience 2023 4:20
  14. The fall armyworm, Spodoptera frugiperda, is a destructive moth pest. It is highly migratory and was first detected in Southeast Asia in 2018, rapidly becoming a major pest of corn production in this region. Moni...

    Authors: Supangkana Thirawut, Woravit Sutjaritthammajariyangkun, Artit Rukkasikorn, Pruetthichat Punyawattoe, Uraporn Noonart and Youichi Kobori
    Citation: CABI Agriculture and Bioscience 2023 4:19
  15. Farmer perceptions are highly important in influencing on-farm pest management decision-making. Biological control is extremely sustainable in the smallholder production context, but in Sub Saharan Africa (SSA...

    Authors: Kate Constantine, Fernadis Makale, Idah Mugambi, Harrison Rware, Duncan Chacha, Alyssa Lowry, Ivan Rwomushana and Frances Williams
    Citation: CABI Agriculture and Bioscience 2023 4:18
  16. Cowpea (Vigna unguiculata (L.) Walp) is used primarily as food for humans and feed for animals. It is also used for soil management within a cropping system. However, cowpea production is confronted with numerous...

    Authors: Benjamin Karikari, Margaret Delle Maale, Ebenezer Anning, Daniel Brain Akakpo, Afishata Mohammed Abujaja and Isaac Kwahene Addai
    Citation: CABI Agriculture and Bioscience 2023 4:17
  17. The African continent is known for high entrepreneurial activity, especially in the agricultural sector. Despite this, the continent's economic development is below expectations, due to numerous factors constr...

    Authors: Mariam A. T. J. Kadzamira, Adewale Ogunmodede, Solomon Duah, Dannie Romney, Victor Attuquaye Clottey and Frances Williams
    Citation: CABI Agriculture and Bioscience 2023 4:16
  18. Soybean is an emerging strategic crop for nutrition, food security, and livestock feed in Africa, but improvement of its productivity is hampered by low genetic diversity. There is need for broadening the trop...

    Authors: A. Tsindi, J. S. Y. Eleblu, E. Gasura, H. Mushoriwa, P. Tongoona, E. Y. Danquah, L. Mwadzingeni, M. Zikhali, E. Ziramba, G. Mabuyaye and J. Derera
    Citation: CABI Agriculture and Bioscience 2023 4:15
  19. Fall armyworm, Spodoptera frugiperda, an alien invasive pest from the Americas, was detected in Zambia late 2016 and since has caused significant losses on maize threatening livelihood and food security. Individu...

    Authors: Léna Durocher-Granger, Sara Fiorito, Sibajene Kambanja Mudenda, Milimo Mildred Chiboola, Monica K. Kansiime, David Ludwig and Cees Leeuwis
    Citation: CABI Agriculture and Bioscience 2023 4:14
  20. Rearing methodologies are critical for successful insect production. In this context, standard laboratory rearing of aphid species, like the green peach aphid Myzus persicae, uses plant leaf disks floating on an ...

    Authors: Ana Paula Nascimento Silva, Camila Faria Chagas, Emanuel Lucas de Andrade Alves, Vinícius de Castro Carvalho and Khalid Haddi
    Citation: CABI Agriculture and Bioscience 2023 4:13
  21. In wheat, nitrogen (N) remobilization from vegetative tissues to developing grains largely depends on genetic and environmental factors. The evaluation of genetic potential of crops under limited resource inpu...

    Authors: Sandeep Sharma, Tarun Kumar, M. John Foulkes, Simon Orford, Anju Mahendru Singh, Luzie U. Wingen, Venkatesh Karnam, Lekshmy S. Nair, Pranab Kumar Mandal, Simon Griffiths, Malcolm J. Hawkesford, Peter R. Shewry, Alison R. Bentley and Renu Pandey
    Citation: CABI Agriculture and Bioscience 2023 4:12
  22. In Ethiopia, fruits pose a significant production and marketing challenge for farm households that significantly affect their farm profitability due to their perishability and unpredictable seasonal pricing. F...

    Authors: Mengistie Mossie, Alemseged Gerezgiher, Zemen Ayalew, Zerihun Nigussie and Asres Elias
    Citation: CABI Agriculture and Bioscience 2023 4:10
  23. The Fall armyworm (FAW) Spodoptera frugiperda (Lepidoptera: Noctuidae) is now established across the African continent and is a highly polyphagous and destructive pest of many crops. In Uganda, FAW has become the...

    Authors: Andrew Kalyebi, Michael H. Otim, Tom Walsh and Wee Tek Tay
    Citation: CABI Agriculture and Bioscience 2023 4:9
  24. The incidence of wilt disease of cashew (Anacardium occidentale L.) caused by Fusarium sp. has recently emerged in two-year-old cashew trees in an experimental field at the Regional Agricultural Research Station,...

    Authors: A. V. Meera Manjusha, P. K. Laya, Amal Premachandran and M. Veena
    Citation: CABI Agriculture and Bioscience 2023 4:7
  25. Plant–soil feedback (PSF) has gained increasing interest in agricultural systems. An important question is whether PSF differs between different cropping systems. Few attempts have yet been made to identify th...

    Authors: Mengshuai Liu, Jose G. Maciá-Vicente, Jasper van Ruijven, Wopke van der Werf, Zhenling Cui, Fusuo Zhang, Chunxu Song and Liesje Mommer
    Citation: CABI Agriculture and Bioscience 2023 4:5
  26. Elevational gradients are characterized by major shifts in environmental conditions, reflected through changes in climatic and soil variables. These shifts strongly impact the composition, community structure ...

    Authors: Guillermo Angeles, Marycruz Álvarez-Jiménez, Fabien Anthelme, Isabelle Barois, José Luis Chaparro Carrillo, Nereyda Cruz-Maldonado, Thibaud Decaens, Martín de los Santos-Bailón, Stéphane Fourtier, Emmanuel García-Gutiérrez, David García-Segura, Rodrigo Gómez-Aguilar, Antonio Gómez-Anaya, Eduardo Hernández, Daniel Hernández-Cáceres, Leonor Jiménez…
    Citation: CABI Agriculture and Bioscience 2023 4:4
  27. Rosemary (Rosmarinus officinalis) is a commonly used culinary herb with great potential applications in the pharmaceutical, food, and cosmetics industries because of its reported bioactive phytochemicals and anti...

    Authors: Zelipha N. Kabubii, James M. Mbaria, Mbaabu P. Mathiu, John M. Wanjohi and Evans N. Nyaboga
    Citation: CABI Agriculture and Bioscience 2023 4:1
  28. Fleiss et al. (CABI Agri Biosci 3:59, 2022) suggest that palm oil yield from Malaysia oil palm will not be affected substantially by increased temperature from climate change with evidence from a misinterpreta...

    Authors: R. R. M. Paterson
    Citation: CABI Agriculture and Bioscience 2022 3:71
  29. The invasive aquatic fern Azolla filiculoides has been present in Great Britain (GB) since the end of the nineteenth century, while its specialist natural enemy, the weevil Stenopelmus rufinasus was first recorde...

    Authors: Corin F. Pratt, Kate Constantine and Suzy V. Wood
    Citation: CABI Agriculture and Bioscience 2022 3:70
  30. Protein source supplement such as noug seed cake (NSC) has a greater cost. To overcome the problems associated with the shortage of protein source supplements, there is a need to look for options of protein so...

    Authors: Gezahegn Mengistu and Getnet Assefa
    Citation: CABI Agriculture and Bioscience 2022 3:69
  31. Homologous recombination allows plants to repair double strand breaks in DNA, which if unrepaired may lead to cell death. In this project, we determined the relative DNA repair efficiency of the US inbred line...

    Authors: Carlos Víquez-Zamora, Sergio Castro-Pacheco, María Viñas and Pablo Bolaños-Villegas
    Citation: CABI Agriculture and Bioscience 2022 3:68
  32. Swidden agriculture is a common land use found in the mountainous regions, especially in Southeast Asia. In Myanmar, the swidden agriculture has been practicing as an important livelihood strategy of millions ...

    Authors: Nyein Chan, Khin Nilar Swe, Khin Thu Wint Kyaw, La Minn Ko Ko, Kyaw Win, Nway Nway Aung, Thet Oo, Zwe Maung Maung and Zar Zar Win Thein
    Citation: CABI Agriculture and Bioscience 2022 3:67
  33. Bacterial infection of the uterus in postpartum dairy cows limits ovarian follicle growth, reduces blood estradiol concentrations, and leads to accumulation of bacterial lipopolysaccharide (LPS) in ovarian fol...

    Authors: Mackenzie J. Dickson, I. Martin Sheldon and John J. Bromfield
    Citation: CABI Agriculture and Bioscience 2022 3:66
  34. Sustaining high crop yield and profitability on marginal soils, such as degraded ferralsols, calls for the use of adequate farming practices. In this study, we assessed for four cropping seasons the effect of ...

    Authors: Géant Basimine Chuma, Blaise Mulalisi, Jean Mubalama Mondo, Adrien Byamungu Ndeko, Francine Safina Bora, Espoir Mukengere Bagula, Gustave Nachigera Mushagalusa and René Civava
    Citation: CABI Agriculture and Bioscience 2022 3:65
  35. Diversification, intensification, new water and integrated nutrient management methods of rice-based cropping systems are being advocated as an alternative to the water-intensive nature of conventional rice cu...

    Authors: Rakesh Kumar Verma, Yashbir Singh Shivay, Radha Prasanna, Prakash Chand Ghasal, Chiter Mal Parihar, Mukesh Choudhary and Raghavendra Madar
    Citation: CABI Agriculture and Bioscience 2022 3:64
  36. This paper examines the role of improved groundwater access and management in providing opportunities for sustainable agricultural intensification and building the resilience of community farmers in Southern B...

    Authors: L. Ciampi, H. J. Plumpton, H. Osbahr, R. J. Cornforth and Celia Petty
    Citation: CABI Agriculture and Bioscience 2022 3:63
  37. One Health has been defined as an approach to the pursuit of public health and well-being that recognizes the interconnections between people, animals, plants, and their shared environment. In this opinion pie...

    Authors: Vivian Hoffmann, Birthe Paul, Titilayo Falade, Arshnee Moodley, Navin Ramankutty, Janice Olawoye, Rousseau Djouaka, Elikana Lekei, Nicoline de Haan, Peter Ballantyne and Jeff Waage
    Citation: CABI Agriculture and Bioscience 2022 3:62
  38. The genus Striga includes 11 parasitic plants species of food crops in at least 50 African countries. Striga hermonthica (Del.) Benth. is a major biotic constraint to the cereal crops production in Africa. It is ...

    Authors: Tinkoudougou Cathérine Sawadogo/Ilboudo, Djibril Yonli, Soumaïla Sourabie, Patrice Zerbo, Hamidou Traoré and Joseph Issaka Boussim
    Citation: CABI Agriculture and Bioscience 2022 3:61
  39. Oil palm is a key driver of deforestation, but increasing yields in existing plantations could help meet rising global demands, while avoiding further conversion of natural habitat. Current oil palm plantation...

    Authors: Susannah Fleiss, Colin J. McClean, Henry King and Jane K. Hill
    Citation: CABI Agriculture and Bioscience 2022 3:59
  40. Growing high-yielding varieties is crucial for successful crop production and maximizing farmers’ net returns. One such example is IR05N221, locally referred to as Komboka rice variety, which was released in Keny...

    Authors: Mary Ng’endo, MaryLiza Kinyua, Lourine Chebet, Samuel Mutiga, Joseph Ndung’u, Oliver Nyongesa, Simon Njau, Ajay Panchbhai, Ruth Musila and Rosemary Murori
    Citation: CABI Agriculture and Bioscience 2022 3:57
  41. The COVID-19 pandemic is interrupting domestic and global food supply chains resulting in reduced access to healthy diverse diets. Hawaiʻi has been described as a model social-ecological system and it has been...

    Authors: E. H. Berning, C. V. H. Andersen, O. Mertz, N. Dickinson, M. Opgenorth, N. K. Lincoln, J. H. Rashford and N. Rønsted
    Citation: CABI Agriculture and Bioscience 2022 3:56
  42. Sugarcane (Saccharum officinarum) is an important crop in the production of food and energy in tropical and subtropical regions. To provide plants with what they need, highly concentrated fertilizers are often de...

    Authors: Wilfrand Ferney Bejarano Herrera, Bruna Arruda, Hudson Wallace Pereira de Carvalho and Paulo Sergio Pavinato
    Citation: CABI Agriculture and Bioscience 2022 3:55
  43. The change from predominantly natural to agricultural landscapes has been shown to reduce pollination and biological control services and also affect the functional traits of the insects that provide such serv...

    Authors: Nina Garcia Devine, Tim Luttermoser and Katja Poveda
    Citation: CABI Agriculture and Bioscience 2022 3:54

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