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Gaidashova, Svetlana Vladimirovna


  •  Gaidashova, Svetlana Vladimirovna
  • Banana Programme Coordinator
  • Institut des Sciences Agronomiques du Rwanda (ISAR )


  • Female

  • Nationality: Russia


  • Direct phone: (250) 085 38 707 (cellphone)
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  • Division: Butare
  • Department: National Banana Research Programme - Rubona Research station
  • BP 138
  • Butare
  • Rwanda

  • Tel: (250) 530 558
  • Fax: (250) 530 145
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  • Professional qualification: MSc/ Specialist, Nematology, Moscow Lomonosov State University, (87-92)
  • Main professional activity: Research
  • Main expertise (keywords): Integrated crop management - Germplasm collecting - Plant ecology - Production systems - Integrated pest management - Insect pests - Nematodes - Plant nutrition -
  • Professional activities relevant to bananas: MANAGEMENT: Head of ISAR Kibungo Research Station, (05-06)
    COORDINATION: Coordination of the ISAR Banana Program, (since 99); Coordination of the ISAR Horticulture Program, (05); Coordination of the ASARECA technology Transfert Project on dissemination and promotion of hotwater treatment technology to clean banana planting material, (99-02)
    EVALUATION: Evaluation of banana research at ISAR, (since 03)
    RESEARCH: Banana and plantain germplasm conservation and characterisation, (since 99); Marketing survey of the banana sub-sector in Rwanda, (02); Agronomic evaluation of improved banana varieties; Identification of banana varieties resistant to nematodes, (RWA), (02-05); Evaluation of nematodes yield loss trial, (since 03); Survey on the effect of relief, management regime, intercropping and soil proprieties on banana nematodes and banana crop performance, (04); Survey on soil fertility and plant nutritional constraints to banana production, on the incidence and spread of Banana Xanthomonas Wilt, and on banana germplasm distribution in North-West Rwanda, (RWA), (since 06); Assessment of interaction between arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi (AMF) and nematodes in distinct soils: Sustainable and profitable banana-based systems for the African Great Lakes region, (RWA), (ongoing)
    TEACHING: Ecology course at National University of Rwanda, (02-03)
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  • Last updated: 2008-01-28

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