Dr. D. L. Mutisya
1.D. L. Mutisya, D. Karanja and R. Kisilu (in review). Economic advantage of sorghum harvest at soft dough grain stage to prevent bird damage (International Journal of Agricultural Sustainability, Taylor & Francis Publishers).
2.D. L. Mutisya, D. Karanja, R. Kisilu and D. M. Mwangi (in review). The option of early sorghum harvest to deter bird damage (East African Agricultural & Forestry Journal, Taylor & Francis Publishers).
3. D. L. Mutisya, C.P.M. Khamala, J.J.J. O. Konyango, C. K. Kamau, L. K. Matolo (in review). Timed strategy for control of bollworm for sustainable sorghum crop yield under varied regimes of rainfall, temperature and soil fertility (Sustainable Agriculture Research Journal, Canadian Center of Science & Education).
4. D. L. Mutisya, F.G. Omari, (2014). Environmental factor influence on foliar and stem pests of grain amaranth in low midlands agro-ecological zones of Kenya: correct timing for effective pest management. International Journal of Development Research, 4 (10): 1987-1993.
5. Mutisya, D.L., Omari, F.G., Njiru, E. M. (2014). Amaranth pigweed beetle damage level correlates to environmental temperature regimes. In: Proceedings of 1st International Research Conference, “Enhancing Innovations for sustainable Development in the 21st Century”, 29th-31st October (2014), 12-13pp. www.chuka.ac.ke
6. D. L. Mutisya,Karanja, D. R., Kisilu, R., Mwangi, D. M., Kamau, C. K. 2015. Effect of millet as trap crop for control of birds on white sorghum in eastern Kenya. In: 2nd International Chuka University Research Conference, on “Mainstreaming research and commercialization for sustainable development”. Chuka University, Kenya on 28-30th October, 2015, pp 34. www.chuka.ac.ke
Fatuma O. Ghelle
- Daniel L. Mutisya, Fatuma O. Ghelle, Emerita Njiru:- Amaranth pigweed beetle damage level correlates to environmental temperature regimes
- F. Omari, E. Njiru, R. Kisilu, M. Karoki, S. N. Nguluu D. M. Mwangi,M.Kinyanjui:- GRAIN AMARANTH: AN ANSWER TO FOOD INSECURITY AND MALNUTRITION IN THE ARID AND SEMI-ARID LANDS OF KENYA (ASALS)- Case study of Utithini Women Orphan Child Care Group (An article in the KRDP Newsletter, Quarter 1, 2013).
- Kavoi, J., Kisilu, R., Kamau, G, Wafula, J., Njangungi N., and Nganga, T. 2013.Gadam sorghum production and marketing through a public private partnership in Eastern Kenya, KARI Nairobi, Kenya - 39pp (Published During KASAL) link to PDFJKavoi et al - J OLISAA KENYA D2.4b Gadam production and marketing.docxdoc
- Ndathi A J N, Nyangito M M, Musimba N K R and Mitaru B N 2012: Farmers’ preference and nutritive value of selected indigenous plant feed materials for cattle in drylands of south-eastern Kenya. Livestock Research for Rural Development. Volume 24, Article #28. http://www.lrrd.org/lrrd24/2/ndat24028.htm
- Ndathi A J N, Nyangito M M, Musimba N K R and Mitaru B N 2012: Smallholder farmers’ feed material conservation strategies in the tropical dry-lands of South-eastern Kenya. Livestock Research for Rural Development. Volume 24, Article #96. http://www.lrrd.org/lrrd24/6/ndat24096.htm
- Ndathi A J N, Muthiani E N, Ndung’u J N, Ogillo B P, Kimitei R K, Manyeki J K, Katiku P N and Mnene W N 2013: Feed resources and utilization strategies in selected pastoral and agropastoral communities in Kenya. Livestock Research for Rural Development. Volume 25, Article #221.from http://www.lrrd.org/lrrd25/12/ndat25221.htm
- Everlyne C Kirwa, Kiarie Njoroge, Cheminigwa G N and Mnene W N (2016):Ecological effects on the flowering phenology of Cenchrus ciliaris L. collections from the arid and semiarid lands of Kenya. http://www.academicjournals.org/journal/AJAR/article-abstract/B7C1FC857676
- Kirwa, E.C.,Nyangito, M.M.and Nyariki, D.M. 2012.Impact of Land subdivision and Land-use Change on Adaptive Strategies for Smallholder Agro-Pastoralists in Machakos and Makueni districts.Livestock Research for Rural Development, Vol. 24 (8). http://www.lrrd.org/lrrd24/8/kirw24140.htm
- Kirwa E C, Njoroge K, Chemining’wa G and Mnene W N 2015: Nutritive composition of Eragrostis superba Peyr and Cenchrus ciliaris L. collections from the ASALs of Kenya. Livestock Research for Rural Development. Volume 27, Article #144. from http://www.lrrd.org/lrrd27/8/kirw27144.html
- Kidake B K, Manyeki J K, Kubasu D and Mnene W N 2016: Promotion of range pasture and fodder production among the pastoral and agro-pastoral communities in Kenyan rangelands: Experiences and lessons learnt. Livestock Research for Rural Development. Volume 28, Article #151. http://www.lrrd.org/lrrd28/8/kida28151.html
- Manyeki J K, Kirwa E C, Ogillo P B, Mnene W N, Kimitei R, Mosu A and Ngetich R 2015: Economic analysis of natural pasture rehabilitation through reseeding in the southern rangelands of Kenya. Livestock Research for Rural Development. Volume 27, Article #49. http://www.lrrd.org/lrrd27/3/many27049.html
- Manyeki J K, Kubasu D, Kirwa E C and Mnene W N 2013: Assessment of socio-economic factors influencing adoption of natural pastures improvement technologies in arid and semi-arid lands of Kenya. Livestock Research for Rural Development. Volume 25, Article #193. http://www.lrrd.org/lrrd25/11/kiba25193.htm