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Susceptibility of Musa cultivars to nematodes in Kagera Region, Tanzania

Susceptibility of Musa cultivars to nematodes in Kagera Region, Tanzania

Fruits Paris 51(4): 217-222

A survey was conducted in the Kagera Region in order to determine production constraints in the banana cropping system. East African Highland cooking bananas (Musa AAA, Matooke group) and to a larger extent beer bananas (Musa AAA, Mbire group) were observed to be replaced by the cultivars Gros Michel (Musa ABB), Pisang Awak (Musa ABB) and Kanana (Musa AB).

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