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2006Manipulating legume/cereal mixtures to optimize the above and below ground interactions in the traditional African cropping systemsNdakidemi, PA 
2017Paclobutrazol retards vegetative growth in hydroponically-cultured Leonotis leonurus (L.) R.Br. Lamiaceae for a multipurpose flowering potted plantTeto, AA ; Laubscher, Charles P ; Ndakidemi, PA ; Matimati, I 
2011The potential of developing an in-vitro method for propagating StrelitziaceaeNorth, JJ ; Ndakidemi, PA ; Laubscher, Charles P 
2007Reclamation of sodic soils in northern Tanzania, using locally available organic and inorganic resourcesMakoi, JHJR ; Ndakidemi, PA 
2009Rooting and growth potential of Leucadendroni laxum (Proteaceae) using different rooting mediums and indole acetic acid growth regulatorsLaubscher, CP ; Ndakidemi, PA 
2012Salinity Induced Changes in Oxidative Stress and Antioxidant Status as Affected by Applications of Silicon in Lettuce (Lactuca sativa)Milne, CJ ; Laubscher, CP ; Ndakidemi, PA ; Marnewick, JL ; Rautenbach, F 
2009A survey of farm-level practices on endangered Leucadendron species and the future influence of ecotourism development on the Agulhas plainLaubscher, Charles P ; Ndakidemi, PA 
2011Virulence factors and antibiotic susceptibility among verotoxic non-O157: H7 Escherichia coli isolates obtained from water and wastewater samples in Cape TownDoughar, HJ ; Ndakidemi, PA ; Human, IS ; Benade, AJ Spinnler 
8-Jul-2012Water-holding capacity of different inert mediums in growing Lampranthus reptans for restoration of land degradation areasWall, K ; Laubscher, CP ; Ndakidemi, PA 
2006Yield and economic benefits of common bean (Phaseolus vulgaris) and soybean (Glycine max) inoculation in northern TanzaniaNdakidemi, PA ; Dakora, Felix. D ; Nkonya, EM ; Ringo, D ; Mansoor, H 
2007Yield components of nodulated cowpea (Vigna unguiculata) and maize (Zea mays) plants grown with exogenous phosphorus in different cropping systemsNdakidemi, PA ; Dakora, Felix. D