African Journal of Wood Science and Forestry

Original Research ArticleEffect of cultivar on minor components in Tunisia olive fruits cultivated in microclimateOuni Youssef*, Flamini Guido, Douja Daoud and Zarrouk MokhtarView Abstract Full Article - PDF Download FullText pp. 001-008https://doi.org/10.46882/AJWSF/1089 African Journal of Wood Science and Forestry
Original Research ArticlePreparation of value added products from the leaf powders of dehydrated less utilized green leafy vegetablesPallavi Joshi* and Beena MathurView Abstract Full Article - PDF Download FullText pp. 001-006https://doi.org/10.46882/AJWSF/1088 African Journal of Wood Science and Forestry
Original Research ArticleLeaf nitrogen and potassium concentrations for optimum fruit production, quality and biomass tree growth in Clementine mandarin under Mediterranean climateAbdelkader Hammami*, Salah Rezgui and Rachid HellaliView Abstract Full Article - PDF Download FullText pp. 001-010https://doi.org/10.46882/AJWSF/1087 African Journal of Wood Science and Forestry
Original Research ArticleExploring the variability among smallholder farms in the banana-based farming systems in Bukoba district, Northwest TanzaniaN. Amos Mwijage, Nico de Ridder, Frederick Baijukya, Cesare Pacini and E. Ken Giller*View Abstract Full Article - PDF Download FullText pp. 001-017https://doi.org/10.46882/AJWSF/1086 African Journal of Wood Science and Forestry
Original Research ArticleIndigenous knowledge of the traditional vegetable pumpkin (Cucurbita maxima/moschata) from ZimbabweOswell Farai Ndoro, Rufaro M. Madakadze*, Susan Kageler and Arnold B. MashingaidzeView Abstract Full Article - PDF Download FullText pp. 001-007https://doi.org/10.46882/AJWSF/1085 African Journal of Wood Science and Forestry
Original Research ArticleIsolation and molecular characterization of Tomato spotted wilt virus (TSWV) isolates occurring in South AfricaB. J. Sivparsad and A. Gubba*View Abstract Full Article - PDF Download FullText pp. 001-007https://doi.org/10.46882/AJWSF/1084 African Journal of Wood Science and Forestry