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Walter Ocimati

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  • Research Fellow
  • Bioversity International, Kampala, Uganda
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Research interests

Agroecological intensification of systemsSustainable management of ecosystem servicesManagement of crop pests and diseasesDesign of farming systems

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Agroecological intensification of landscapes affected by Xanthomonas wilt: minimising stress due to the Xanthomonas wilt disease

Co-authors (72)

  • Carl Timler
  • supriya srivastav

Publications (5)

  • Agroecological integration of shade- and drought-tolerant food/feed crops for year-round productivity in banana-based systems under rain-fed conditions in Central Africa

    • Blomme G
    • Ocimati W
    • Groot J
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  • Ecologically sustainable technologies for management of highland banana pests in East and Central Africa

    • Tinzaara W
    • Ocimati W
    • Kubiriba J
    • et al.
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  • Effects of Xanthomonas wilt and other banana diseases on ecosystem services in banana-based agroecosystems

    • Ocimati W
    • Groot J
    • Tittonell P
    • et al.
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  • Breaking the Cycle of Xanthomonas campestris pv. musacearum in Infected Fields through the Cultivation of Annual Crops and Disease Control in Adjacent Fields

    • Rutikanga A
    • Sivirihauma C
    • Ocimati W
    • et al.
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  • On-farm banana (Musa) cultivar diversity status across different altitudes in North and South Kivu provinces of eastern Democratic Republic of Congo

    • Ocimati W
    • Karamura D
    • Sivirihauma C
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Professional experience

Research Fellow

Bioversity International, Kampala, Uganda

November 2009 - Present