Farmers’ knowledge and practices of potato disease management in Ethiopia
Combining experiential and social learning approaches for crop disease management in a smallholder context: a complex socio-ecological problem
Women farmers’ participation in the agricultural research process: Implications for agricultural sustainability in Ethiopia
Molecular characterization of Ralstonia solanacearum strains from Ethiopia and tracing potential source of bacterial wilt disease outbreak in seed potatoes
Mitochondrial DNA assessment of Phytophthora infestans isolates from potato and tomato in Ethiopia reveals unexpected diversity
Association between Soil Acidity and Bacterial Wilt Occurrence in Potato Production in Ethiopia
Micro-nutrient composition and end-user acceptable quality in potato in Ethiopia
Potato variety diversity, determinants and Implications for potato breeding strategy in Ethiopia.
Governing a collective bad: Social learning in the management of crop diseases.
Pathways from research on improved staple crop germplasm to poverty reduction for smallholder farmers