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Patrick Ndakidemi

Department of Sustainable Agriculture and Biodiversity Conservation (SABE), The Nelson Mandela African Institute of Science and Technology, Tanzania


Dr. Patrick Ndakidemi's Key Research Areas are 1) Food crop adaptation to nutrient-poor soils and climate change 2) The ecological physiology of food crops grown in different cropping systems 3) Phosphorus nutrition of food legumes 4) Economic use of legumes in agricultural and natural eco-systems 5) Estimation of N2 derived from atmospheric fixation by food and leguminous fodder crops in natural and agricultural farming systems 6) Use of organic fertilizer in agriculture by promoting soil microbial activity through the use of: a) Biofertilizers: (Rhizobial and Mycorrhizal inoculants).

Drought Tolerance Mechanisms in Plants: Physiological Responses Associated with Water Deficit Stress in Solanum lycopersicum

Drought is among the top largest causes of agricultural productivity losses globally. Tomato (Solanum lycopersicum L.) is a commercially important crop considerably hampered by drought. It is considered a drought sensitive crop with a yield response factor (Ky) 1.05. Although advancements in molecular research and plant breeding have led to release... Read More»

Rowland M Kamanga, Ernest Mbega and Patrick Ndakidemi

Review Article: Adv Crop Sci Tech 2018, 6: 362

DOI: 10.4172/2329-8863.1000362

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