Field Sampling Methods for Crop Pests and Diseases in Kenya

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1996
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Ministry Of Agriculture
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The development of solutions for the constraints to crop production caused by insects, nematodes, diseases and weeds requires, as a precursor, the collection and collation of a wealth of varied and variable data and information. Traditionally this has been done by discipline focussed scientists using a range of techniques and formats. Though valuable in a narrow sense, the use of different systems and criteria very often precludes the accumulation of a significant, comparative data set due to the incompatibility of quantitative estimates of such things as disease damage, insect presence or weed density.
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