Published in Journal of Crop Improvement 28 (4) : 547-574, 2014
Dendooven, L.; Patiño-Zuñiga, L.; Verhulst, N.; Boden, K.; Garcia-Gaytan, A.; Luna-Guido, M.;Govaerts, B.
Organic matter content increases in soil with no-tilled permanent raised beds (PBs) compared with soil with conventionally tilled...
Published in Genetic Resources and Crop Evolution 61 (6) : 1219-1236, 2014
Nazco, R.; Peña Bautista, R.J.; Ammar, K.;Villegas, D.; Crossa, J.; Royo, C.
With the aim of identifying durum wheat landraces (LR) with a potential use in breeding programs for gluten strength enhancement, the allelic combinations...
Published in African Journal of Agricultural Research 9 (7) : 643-657, 2014
Lyimo, S.; Mduruma, Z.; De Groote, H.
Maize is the most important food crop in Tanzania, covering 45% of the cultivated area. Maize farmers have adopted many improved maize varieties but different studies have produced different...
Published in Helminthologia 51 (1) : 53-62, 2014
Chen, Y.F.; Mekete, T.; Dababat, A.A.; Daub, M.; Cao, Z.P.; Sikora, R.A.
The study assessed the impact on the soil nematodes during the first 3-years after reclamation of a brown coal mining area. Samples were taken from 5 fields: 1 year before excavation,...
Published in Journal of Crop Improvement 28 (4) : 484-501, 2014
Hellin, J.; Bellon, M.R.; Hearne, S.
Mexico is the primary center of origin and diversity for maize (Zea mays L.). Farmers grow the crop largely under rain-fed conditions. Mexico is at considerable risk from climate change because of...