Resources

Day One | 13th September 2021

Day 1 Plenary Sessions
  1. Natural Enemies and Potential Classical Biological Control of Invasive Scale Insects (Hemiptera: Coccomorpha) in Sub-Saharan Africa Andrew Polaszek
  2. Overview of CABI Global Programmes CABI Special Session
  3. Mitigation Measures for Invasive Insect Pests on Eucalyptus spp. in East Africa: A Review Eston Mutitu
  4. Some Invasive Scale Insects (Hemiptera: Coccomorpha) Spreading in Africa Gillian Watson
  5. International Year of Plant Health - Kenya Report Hellen Mwarey
  6. The International Day of Plant Health Championed by Zambia Martin Siazemo
  7. Occurrence of Pectobacterium Species in Soil Collected From Six Major Potato Growing Regions of Kenya Lucy Karanja
  8. Keynote Speech Ralf Lopian - IYPH
  9. Extensive Surveillance of Key Potato Growing Areas in Kenya Confirms Absence of Clavibacter Sepedonicus Rono Mercy

Day 1 Room 1
  1. Biosecurity Threat Posed by Evolving Pest Incursions in KenyanThomas Kosiom
  2. Plant Post-Entry Quarantine Regulations in Kenya: Current Status and Future Prospects Avedi Edith
  3. Status of Tomato Brown Rugose Fruit Virus Disease in Tomato and Capsicum Crops in Kenya Avedi et al Final
  4. Reimagining the e-market: The role of Kenya Plant Health Inspectorate Service (KEPHIS) in regulating trade of plant products on the online market in Kenya Miriam Karwitha Charimbu
  5. Electronic Certification: Improving Phytosanitary Systems for Healthy Plants, Safe and Sustainable Trade – Case Review Josiah Syanda
  6. Importance of Accreditation of Plant Health Laboratories in Supporting Phytosanitary Systems Florence Munguti
  7. Biosecurity Threat Posed by Evolving Pest Incursions in Kenyan Thomas Kosiom
Day 1 Room 2
  1. Virus Elimination in Cassava Clones and Maintenance of Clean Stock Dr. Morag Ferguson
  2. Efficacy of Nonoencapsulated Thymol and Eugenol with Chitosan Nanoparticles against Bacterial Wilt Bacterium Ralstonia solanacearum George Oluoch
  3. Infestation and management of fruitflies infesting African bird eye chili (Capsicum frutescens L.) in coastal Kenya Muo KASINA
  4. A distinct variant of Groundnut rosette virus associated satellite RNA (Sat-RNA) causing chlorotic rosette in western Kenya Mukoye Bernard
  5. Evaluation of Periphos 77.5 GR in Fumigation of Roses for Management of Thrips (Frankliniella Occidentalis), Red Spider Mites (Tetranychus Urticae) and False Codling Moth (Thaumatotibia Leucotreta) Mulwa Joseph

Day Two | 14th September 2021

Day 2 Plenary Sessions
  1. Surveillance on Coconut Lethal Yellowing Disease in Kwale County, Kenya. John Muli
  2. Tree seed-borne fungal pathogens associated with Mwangi Linus
  3. Rapid molecular identification of thrips transmitting maize infecting viruses in Murang’a County of Kenya Paul Nyamwamu
  4. Botryosphaeria Canker and Dieback a Threat to Domestication of Baobab (Adansonia Digitata L.) and Marula (Sclerocarya Birrea A. Rich.) In Agroforestry Systems in Kenya Sheillah Cherotich
  5. HEAD NPPO Raymonda Johnson

Day 2 Room 1
  1. Status of Tomato Brown Rugose Fruit Virus Disease in Tomato and Capsicum Crops an Kenya Avedi Edith
  2. Characterization of the genetic diversity of Cercospora zeina as the causal pathogen of Gray Leaf Spot disease of maize in Kenya. Dennis Omondi
  3. Incidence and Distribution of Cassava Mosaic and Cassava Brown Streak Diseases in Western Kenya Ivan Obare
  4. Epiphytology and Genomic RNA Analysis of Groundnut Rosette Assistor Virus Causing Groundnut Rosette Disease in Western Kenya Mabele Anthony
  5. On-Field Detection of The Genus Pectobacterium and Dickeya Causing Black Leg in Taita Taveta County, Kenya Cyrus Micheni
  6. Assessment and Detection of Maize Chlorotic Mottle Virus Stability in Maize Seeds in Kenya Peter Shango

Day 2 Room 2
  1. Surveillance of Papaya Mealybug (Paracoccus marginatus) (Hemiptera: Pseudococidae) in the coastal counties of Kenya - Alfayo Ombuya
  2. Bacterial Wilt in Potato: Disease Prevalence, Incidence and Severity in Kenya - Bernard Kharinda
  3. Diversity of nematodes of banana (Musa spp.) in Kenya with reference to altitude and banana types - Douglas Nyang'au
  4. Drosophila Suzukii Matsumura (Spotted Wing Drosophila) Incidence and Prevalence Surveys in Kenya - George Momanyi
  5. TRASE: Capacity building programmes towards strengthening regulatory and industr y capacity on Phytosanitary surveillance, Inspection & Market compliance in East African Community - Martha Byanyima

Day Three | 15th September 2021

Day 3 Plenary Sessions
  1. Integrated management of Leucinodes orbonalis on eggplant fruits exported to European UnionADZE AUGUSTIN
  2. The case of market access of fresh blueberry fruits produced by Zambezi Berry Company in Zambia to ChinaEmma Mazimba Sikazwe
  3. Capacity building towards implementation of Sanitary and Phytosanitary Standards for market compliant agricultural produceJoseph Kigamwa
  4. Key Note SpeechDr. Kk Msiska
  5. Scale Insects: Distribution and Threat to Food Security in KenyaWanja Kinuthia
  6. Phytosanitary and Risk Assessment Considerations during Introduction and Cross-border Movement of Transgenic CropsAbed Mathagu

Day 3 Room 1
  1. Pathways Threatening Alien Pest Entry Through Border Points into KenyaBenard Mukoye
  2. IntegratedADZE
  3. Evaluation of pesticide residues in pigeon peas and its effects on honey bee floral resources in Machakos county.Rosemary Kawira Mutiga
  4. Effects of Biofumigation of Spider Plant (Cleome Gynandra L.) Against Root-Knot Nematodes (Meloidogyne Spp.) On Quality of Tuberose (Polianthes Tuberosa L.)Stella Jerono Keter
  5. Assessment of Xylella fastidiosa presence in flower cuttings and potential host plants of UgandaStephen Buah
  6. Phytosanitary Concern of Fumigation Gaps in International Trade in GrainsThomas Kosiom

Day 3 Room 2
  1. Partnering with the Private sector to restore Mango exports to the EU and UK Markets.Geoffrey Kiganiri
  2. Effects of changes in market requirements: A Case Study of Current Status of Compliance of Kenyan Produce in the International MarketMary Guantai
  3. Farming practices and soil properties that influence spread and population density of potato cyst nematodes in smallholder farms in Nyandarua CountyMbiyu M. W.
  4. Systems Approach for the Management of Fruit fly Bactrocera dorsalis for Kenya Mango ExportPhyllis Githaiga
  5. Public And Private Sector Capacity Building Interventions to Improve Compliance to Sanitary Phytosanitary Standards in Fruits and Vegetable Growers in UgandaNankinga Caroline

Day Four | 16th September 2021

Day 4 Plenary Sessions
  1. Integrated Pest Management Decision Support System (IPMDSS) Using technology to manage tree diseases and pests in KenyaAngela Muthama
  2. Rôle de l'industrie et innovations émergentes dans les systèmes phytosanitairesSylvie Mamias
  3. Horizon scanning for prioritizing invasive alien species with potential to threaten Kenya’s agriculture, biodiversity and economyGeorge Momanyi
  4. Deploying Low-cost pest exclusion agricultural nets to manage problematic horticultural pests for sustainable export market accessMuo KASINA
  5. KEY NOTE SPEECHDR. KENNETH K. MSISKA
  6. Horizon Scanning and Insight Reporting for Monitoring and Managing Phytosanitary RisksMaryLucy Oronje
  7. Emerging Innovation in Phytosanitary Systems for Control of Invasive Papaya Mealybug, Paracoccus Marginatus, in Kenya Coast RegionPauline Mukumbu
  8. Advances in non-chemical Post Hervest Disinfestation of Fruits and Vegetables using Hot Water Treatment Phytosanitary Measures: Status and Future Shephard Ndlela
  9. Effectiveness of Imazapyr Coated Hybrids and Selected Strigatolerant Varieties on S. hermonthica Management and Maize Yield Performance in Western Part of KenyaSamwel Mwita
  10. Industry Role and Emerging Innovations in Phytosanitary SystemsSylvie Mamias

Day 4 Room 1
  1. Novel Approach in Management of fall Armyworm (Spodoptera frugiperda JE Smith) using various Extracts from larvae treated with baculovirus Allan Mweke
  2. Efficacy of Organic Amendments in the Control of Potato Cyst Nematodes Under Greenhouse Conditions in KenyaBerrick Ochieng
  3. The role of regulatory institutions in safeguarding consumers against aflatoxin exposure: a case of KEPHISEdmond Momanyi
  4. Red Gum Lerp Psyllid (Glycaspis Brimblecombei) Spread, Host Damage and Host Preference in Central Kenya HighlandsMiriam Gathogo
  5. Knowledge Gap Assessment and Coping Strategies by Farmers Against Fall Armyworm (Spodoptera frugiperda J.E. Smith) Infesting Maize in South Eastern and Coastal KenyaBoniface Mwirigi
  6. Integrated Pest Management of fruit flies in Machakos County in Kenya improves overall yield of pumpkinAlice Nduta Waithaka
  7. Evidence of Natural Attack of Fall Armyworm, Spodoptera frugiperda (J.E. Smith) by Parasitoids and Entomopathogens in Southeastern KenyaName

Day 4 Room 2
  1. Partnering with the Private sector to restore Mango exports to the EU and UK Markets.Geoffrey Kiganiri
  2. Effects of changes in market requirements: A Case Study of Current Status of Compliance of Kenyan Produce in the International MarketMary Guantai
  3. Farming practices and soil properties that influence spread and population density of potato cyst nematodes in smallholder farms in Nyandarua CountyMbiyu M. W.
  4. Systems Approach for the Management of Fruit fly Bactrocera dorsalis for Kenya Mango ExportPhyllis Githaiga
  5. Public And Private Sector Capacity Building Interventions to Improve Compliance to Sanitary Phytosanitary Standards in Fruits and Vegetable Growers in UgandaNankinga Caroline

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