Dr. Kingsley Osei
Qualification: PhD Plant Nematology
Area (s) of Specialization: Plant Nematology
National Collaboration: MoFA
International Collaboration: CIAT, ICRISAT
Key Areas of Research: The employment of antagonistic plants, organic waste products and bio-control agents in the management of plant parasitic nematodes.
Osei, K., Ennin, S. A., Danso., Owusu Danquah, E and Adomako, J. 2015. Management of plant parasitic nematodes with fulan in mechanized yam production. Journal of Plant Science 9 (9), 346-351.
Osei, K., Danso, Y., Otoo. E., J. Adomako., Asante, J. S and Abugri, B. 2015. Evaluation of yam varieties for reaction to plant parasitic nematodes infestation in three agro-ecologies of Ghana. Academic Research Journal of Agricultural Science and Research 3 (7), 201-206.
Osei, K., Osei, M. K and Mochiah, M. B. 2014. Effect of plant bed type on nematode density and yield of cabbage in two regions of Ghana. Journal of Entomology and Nematology 6 (10), 145-149.
Osei, K and Agyeman, A. 2014. Efficacy of African marigold root diffusates on hatching of Meloidogyne incognita eggs in vitro. Journal of Agricultural Research 2 (7), 106-108.
Osei, K., Asibuo, J. Y., Agyeman, A., Osei-Bonsu, P., Danso, Y and Adomako, J. 2013. Reactions of some confectionery groundnut accessions to plant parasitic nematodes infection. Agrosearch 13 (2), 1-11.