Cookies on CABI Scientific Outputs

Like most websites we use cookies. This is to ensure that we give you the best experience possible.

 

Continuing to use www.cabi.org  means you agree to our use of cookies. If you would like to, you can learn more about the cookies we use.

Results per page:

Search results

Mark: All / None
Abstract

Background: Microbial resistance to medically important antibiotics is of international concern. There is considerable attention paid to the medical and veterinary use of antibiotics but there is a paucity of data on their use in global crop production. The only well documented use of antibiotics...

Author(s)
Taylor, P.; Reeder, R.
Publisher
BioMed Central Ltd, London, UK
Citation
CABI Agriculture and Bioscience, 2020, 1, 1, pp (23 June 2020)
Abstract

Azolla filiculoides Lamarck (Azollaceae) (water fern), is an invasive floating macrophyte capable of rapid growth leading to the complete coverage of water surfaces. The North American weevil Stenopelmus rufinasus, Gyllenhal (Coleoptera: Curculionidae) is a biological control agent that has become...

Author(s)
Reeder, R. H.; Bacon, E. T. G.; Caiden, M. J.; Bullock, R. J.; González-Moreno, P.
Publisher
Springer, Amsterdam, Netherlands
Citation
BioControl, 2018, 63, 2, pp 185-192
Abstract

In 2012, vegetable farmers in the Philippine highlands (Buguias and Benguet provinces) first observed unusual yellowing symptoms in Chinese cabbage (Brassica pekinensis) planted in their fields. The symptoms were pronounced vein clearing, vein yellowing and a bright yellow mosaic. Similar symptoms...

Author(s)
Reeder, R. H.; Edgington, S.; Baucas, N. S.; Joshi, R. C.; Bas-Ilan, M. A. G.; Skelton, A.; Fowkes, A.; Harju, V.; Ward, R.; Kelly, M.; Kirk, A. B.; Forde, S.; Fox, A.; Annamalai, S.
Publisher
British Society for Plant Pathology, Reading, UK
Citation
New Disease Reports, 2017, 36, pp 8
Abstract

There is a growing opportunity to deliver mobile technology-based training on the diagnosis of plant health problems and to explore experiential learning through simulation in the developing world. Solving knowledge problems in plant health en masse would have a vast impact on global food security. ...

Author(s)
Thompson, M.; Taylor, P.; Reeder, R.; Kuhlmann, U.; Nolan, C.; Mason, J.; Hall, J.
Publisher
Springer, Cham,
Citation
Serious Games. Second Joint International Conference, JCSG 2016, Brisbane, Queensland, Australia, 26-27 September 2016., 2016, 9894, pp 153-162
Abstract

The Chinese government has increasingly opened up its agricultural extension sector over the last three decades in response to growing service demand, bringing many actors into the scene. One outcome has been the diversification of information sources for farmers, which now include agricultural...

Author(s)
Rui Gu; Reeder, R.
Publisher
CABI, Wallingford, UK
Citation
CABI Research Brief Series, 2016, No.4, pp 4 pp.
Abstract

Agricultural extension has been undergoing major changes. Changing policies, declining public funding, new thinking and approaches, climate change and other environmental factors pose major challenges to public sector extension services. Pre-packaged, crop and region-biased extension approaches...

Author(s)
Negussie, E.; Karanja, P.; Day, R.; Romney, D.; Reeder, R.; Boa, E.; Muriithi, C.; Kamau, R.; Phiri, N.; Danielsen, S.; Murage, N.; Gitare, I.; Wanjiku, R.; Mutisya, J.; Ngige, D.; Kimani, M.; Festus, W.
Publisher
The Technical Centre for Agricultural and Rural Cooperation (CTA), Wageningen, Netherlands
Citation
Proceedings, International Conference on Innovations in Extension and Advisory Services, 15-18 November 2011, Nairobi, Kenya, 2013, pp 1-9
Abstract

The diagnosis of novel unidentified viral plant diseases can be problematic, as the conventional methods such as real-time PCR or ELISA may be too specific to a particular species or even strain of a virus, whilst alternatives such as electron microscopy (EM) or sap inoculation of indicator species ...

Author(s)
Adams, I. P.; Miano, D. W.; Kinyua, Z. M.; Wangai, A.; Kimani, E.; Phiri, N.; Reeder, R.; Harju, V.; Glover, R.; Hany, U.; Souza-Richards, R.; Nath, P. D.; Nixon, T.; Fox, A.; Barnes, A.; Smith, J.; Skelton, A.; Thwaites, R.; Mumford, R.; Boonham, N.
Publisher
Wiley-Blackwell, Oxford, UK
Citation
Plant Pathology, 2013, 62, 4, pp 741-749
Abstract

Purpose: This study developed a framework for quality assessment of diagnoses and advice given at plant clinics. Design/methodology/approach: Clinic registers from five plant clinics in Uganda (2006-2010) were used to develop quality assessment protocols for diagnoses and advice given by plant...

Author(s)
Danielsen, S.; Boa, E.; Mafabi, M.; Mutebi, E.; Reeder, R.; Kabeere, F.; Karyeija, R.
Publisher
Routledge, Abingdon, UK
Citation
Journal of Agricultural Education and Extension, 2013, 19, 2, pp 183-201
Abstract

In February 2009, pigeon peas showing severe disease symptoms were first noticed in plots located at the Central Agronomic Research Station in the Graeme Hall area of Christ Church, Barbados. The lower stems and branches were affected by a chocolate brown to black discolouration that ran the entire ...

Author(s)
Lamontagne-Godwin, J.; Reeder, R.; Buddie, A. G.; James, M.
Publisher
British Society for Plant Pathology, Reading, UK
Citation
New Disease Reports, 2012, 26, pp 10
Abstract

In October 2008, coconut plantations in the villages of Tobenam, Pupun and Dugumor, located in the Bogia district of the Madang Province in Papua New Guinea (PNG), exhibited lethal yellowing-like symptoms in both newly planted and old palms. Symptoms started with premature nut fall, followed by...

Author(s)
Kelly, P. L.; Reeder, R.; Kokoa, P.; Arocha, Y.; Nixon, T.; Fox, A.
Publisher
British Society for Plant Pathology, UK
Citation
New Disease Reports, 2011, 23, pp Article 9

Abstract Filter

Author
Organisms
Subject Topics