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Dr. George Ooko Abong' Publications
12014Feasibility Of Low-Cost Seed Potato Storage In Kenya: The Case Of Diffused Light Storage In Nyandarua County
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22014Yield Performance Of Potato Seed Tubers After Long Storage In Diffused Light Store
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32014Effect Of Soil Characteristics On Potato Tuber Minerals Composition Of Selected Kenyan Varieties
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42013Enhancing β-carotene, Ascorbic Acid And Sensory Properties Of Potato Crisps Using Carrot Powder As A Flavoring Agent
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52013The Current Status Of Potato Value Chain In Kenya
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62013The Current Status Of The Potato Value Chain In Kenya
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72013Enhancing B-carotene, Ascorbic Acid And Sensory Properties Of Potato Crisps Using Carrot Powder As A Flavoring Agent
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82012Release Of Three Improved Varieties For The Expanded Potato Market In Kenya
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92012Diversity And Characteristics Of Potato Flakes In Nairobi And Nakuru, Kenya.
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102012On‐farm Seed Potato Storage Practices In Kenya: A Case Study Of Nyandarua
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112011Suitability Of Three Newly Released Kenyan Potato Varieties For Processing Into Crisps And French Fries
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122011Effect Of Packaging And Storage Temperature On The Shelf Life Of Crisps From Four Kenyan Potato Cultivars
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132011Effect Of Slice Thickness And Frying Temperature On Color, Texture And Sensory Properties Of Crisps Made From Four Kenyan Potato Cultivars.
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142011Losses Of Ascorbic Acid During Storage Of Fresh Tubers, Frying, Packaging And Storage Of Potato Crisps From Four Kenyan Potato Cultivars
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152011Evaluation Of Commercial Potato Crisps Processing In Kenya: Characteristics Of The Market And Industry, And Suitability Of The Local Cultivars For Processing
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162011Effects Of Cultivar, Frying Temperature And Slice Thickness On Oil Uptake And Sensory Quality Of Potato Crisps Processed From Four Kenyan Potato Cultivars
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172011POTENTIAL OF PROCESSING POTATO FLAKES FROM POPULAR KENYAN POTATO VARIETIES
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182010Characteristics Of The Industry, Constraints In Processing, And Marketing Of Potato Crisps In Kenya
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192010Evaluation Of Selected Kenyan Potato Cultivars For Processing Into Potato Crisps
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202010Characteristics Of Fresh (ware) Potato Traders In Nairobi And Nakuru Towns, Kenya
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212010Consumption Pattern And Characteristics Of Potato Crisps In Nairobi City, Kenya
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222009Levels Of Reducing Sugars In Eight Kenyan Potato Cultivars As Influenced By Stage Of Maturity And Storage Conditions
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232009Evaluation Of Selected Kenyan Potato Cultivars For Processing Into French Fries
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242009Influence Of Potato Cultivar And Stage Of Maturity On Oil Content Of French Fries Made From Eight Kenyan Potato Cultivars
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252009Nutrient Contents Of Raw And Processed Products From Kenyan Potato Cultivars
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262009Edward G. Karuri1, Jackson N. Kabira2 And Francis M. Mathooko3
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272009Improving The Potato Value Chain
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282008Evaluation Of The Physico-chemical Properties Of Selected Potato Varieties And Clones And Their Potential For Processing Into Frozen French Fries
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292007Post Harvest Potato Handling, Storage And Processing
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