Mr. Binyam Tsedaley Meles
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Mr. Binyam Tsedaley Meles

Lecturer
Assosa University, Ethiopia


Highest Degree
M.Sc. in Integrated Pest Management from Haramaya University, Ethiopia

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Biography

Binyam Tsedaley., MSc. is a Lecturer at Assosa University, Department of Plant science College of Agriculture and Natural Resource, and currently a PhD. Scholar at Jimma University, Department of Horticulture and Plant Science (Plant Pathology Program), College of Agriculture and Veterinary Medicine,. Mr. Tsedaley has over eight scientific papers published. He is an internationally recognized expert in many areas of plant pathology. Mr. Tsedaley is currently doing his PhD. Dissertation and he has submit his research article for publication. Since, Tsedaley is a youngest scientist he will do a lot of research works and review others manuscripts on his rest entire life. Mr. Tsedaley is well experienced in writing and reviewing scientific papers which are very important in the contributing new knowledge to the globe.

Area of Interest:

Plant and Soil Sciences
100%
Plant Protection
62%
Plant Disease
90%
Disease Diagnosis
75%
Seed Health Testing
55%

Research Publications in Numbers

Books
0
Chapters
0
Articles
0
Abstracts
0

Selected Publications

  1. Tsedaley, B., G. Adugna and F. Lemessa, 2016. Distribution and importance of sorghum anthracnose (Colletotrichum sublineolum) in Southwestern and Western Ethiopia. Plant Pathol. J., 15: 75-85.
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  2. Tsedaley, B. and G. Adugna, 2016. Detection of fungi infecting maize (Zea mays L.) seeds in different storages around Jimma, southwestern Ethiopia. J. Plant Pathol. Microbiol., Vol. 7. 10.4172/2157-7471.1000338.
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  3. Tsedaley, B., 2015. Review on seed health tests and detection methods of seedborne diseases. J. Biol. Agric. Healthcare, 5: 176-184.
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  4. Tsedaley, B., 2015. Integrated management of potato tuber moth (Phthorimaea operculella) (zeller) in field and storage. J. Biol. Agric. Healthcare, 5: 134-144.
  5. Tsedaley, B., 2015. A review paper on Potato virus Y (PVY) biology, economic importance and its managements. J. Biol. Agric. Healthcare, 5: 110-126.
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  6. Tsedaley, B., 2015. A review on disease detection, pathogen identification and population genetics in fungi. J. Biol. Agric. Healthcare, 5: 6-20.
  7. Tsedaley, B., T. Hussen and T. Tsegaw, 2014. Tuber yield loss assessment of potato (Solanum tuberosum L.) varieties due to late blight (Phytophthora infestans) and its management Haramaya, eastern Ethiopia. J. Biol. Agric. Healthcare, 4: 45-54.
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  8. Tsedaley, B., T. Hussen and T. Tsegaw, 2014. Efficacy of reduced dose of fungicide sprays in the management of late blight (Phytophthora infestans) disease on selected potato (Solanum tuberosum L.) varieties haramaya, eastern Ethiopia. J. Biol. Agric. Healthcare, 4: 46-52.
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  9. Tsedaley, B., 2014. Review On early blight (Alternaria spp.) of potato disease and its management options. J. Biol. Agric. Healthcare, 4: 191-198.
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  10. Tsedaley, B., 2014. Late blight of potato (Phytophthora infestans) biology, economic importance and its management approaches. J. Biol. Agric. Healthcare, 4: 215-225.
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