CARPS student

Jackson Kilonzi

Jackson Kilonzi is a Master’s student taking crop protection (Pathology option) of Egerton University and working specifically on potato late blight. Potato is increasingly becoming important food crop but late blight is the major yield reducer. After several farm visits and field days sponsored by the Seed Potato CARP+, a Jill to work on the disease was developed. Jackson is determined to achieve the best results and his dream is to become a consultant in the field of agronomy and crop protection as well as create job opportunities through tapping of new opportunities to improve the communities’ livelihood.


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