KALRO Bean Varieties
Beans technologies developed for the various agricultural ecosystems
Rice Plantations
With improved varieties at the Kisumu Kibos irrigation scheme
Director Food Crops
During a Rice Farmer Field day at the KALRO Kibos Centre
KALRO Cereals
Improved varieties of cereals at the markatplace in Nairobi
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Physiological Disorders Factsheets

Factsheet for Physiological Disorders of Rice in East Africa


Nitrogen Deficiency

Phosphorus Deficiency

Potassium deficiency

Silicon Deficiency

Iron Deficiency

Sulphur deficiency


Magnesium deficiency


Iron Toxicity

Zinc deficiency


Copper deficiency


Manganese deficiency


Drought (water) stress


Salinity stress damage


Cold damage
 

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KALRO Value Chain

Beans
Maize
Cassava
Guava variety KALRO B8
Cassava
Chicken
Bees
Maize KALRO Mtwapa

KALRO Map

Contact

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P.O. Box 57811-00200, Nairobi
Kenya
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Rice blast disease

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Favorable conditions for disease development:

  • Node blast: Black-brown lesions on the node.  
  • Neck blast: Black or brown rot on the neck of the panicle.