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    • Proposed assessment scale for dieback disease severity on passion fruit 

      Mwangi, M.; Wangungu, C.; Mbaka, J. (Journal of Animal & Plant Sciences, 2011)
      Dieback disease is currently the most economically important disease in passion fruit production in Kenya. The disease gained epidemic status within 4 years of its first recording in 2004. It is estimated that the disease ...
    • Reducing Dieback Disease Incidence of Passion Fruit in Kenya through Management Practices 

      Wangungu, C.W.; Mwangi, W.; Kahuthia-Gathu, R.; Muasya, R.; Mbaka, J.; Kori, N. (African Crop Science Society, 2011)
      Dieback disease is the most important constraint to Kenya’s passion fruit industry. It is widespread in all passion fruit growing areas and causes over 70% of total fruit loss in the country. Farmer practices such as use ...