New High-yield Cooking Banana Cultivars with Multiple Resistances to Pests and Diseases (‘NAROBan1’, ‘NAROBan2’, ‘NAROBan3’, and ‘NAROBan4’) Released in Uganda

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The authors thank the Alliance for a Green Revolution in Africa for the financial support, and the farmers for supporting the National Agricultural Research Organisation in hosting the on-farm trials and providing information on banana variety preferences.

Corresponding author. E-mail: rtumuhimbise@hotmail.com.

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    Bunches of the four new cooking banana cultivars released in Uganda in 2017: (A) NAROBan1, (B) NAROBan2, (C) NAROBan3, and (D) NAROBan4.

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