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ICT and technological development in advancing tea research in Kenya
Agriculture is the backbone of the Kenyan economy and it is constantly influenced by changes in technology. Because of the rapid development of ICT in the world, each organization or person has to concern their products ...
The anti-inflammatory properties of Kenyan tea
An in vivo study was carried out to determine the effect of different types of Kenyan tea extracts on male Swiss albino mice infected with Trypanosoma brucei brucei isolate KETRI 2710. The isolate produced a similar ...
The effect and interaction of Trichoderma isolates on Armillaria fungus of tea
Fungal diseases are a biotic constraint in tea production worldwide. One such disease is Armillaria. The disease causes high mortality and yield losses of tea in almost all growing regions. The most common strain of this ...