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Dr. Monicah Wanjiku Mucheru-Muna

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Department : Environmental Sciences and Education
Current Position: Senior Lecturer
Qualifications:
1995-1999: Kenyatta University, Bachelor of Environmental Studies (Science)
2000-2003: Kenyatta University, Masters Degree in Environmental Studies (Agroforestry and Rural development)
2005-2008: Kenyatta University, PhD in Soil Science
Address :P. O Box 1525, 00232. Ruiru
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Research Affiliations

ORCID ID :https://orcid.org/0000-0003-4340-7233

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RESEARCH AND PUBLICATIONS

A).PAPERS/PUBLICATIONS IN REFEREED JOURNALS

  •  Musyoka MW, Adamtey N, Muriuki AW, Bautze D, Karanja EN, Mucheru-Muna M, Fiaboe KKM, Cadisch G 2019. Nitrogen leaching losses and balances in conventional and organic farming systems in Kenya. Nutrient Cycling Agroecosystems, https://doi.org/10.1007/s10705-019-10002-7
  •  Murage FM, Mugwe JN, Ngetich KF, Mucheru-Muna MM, Mugendi DN 2019. Adoption of soyabean by smallholder farmers in the Central Highlands of Kenya. African Journal of Agricultural Economics and Rural Development, 7(5) 001-012, https://ir-library.ku.ac.ke/handle/123456789/19470
  •  Musyoka MW, Adamtey N, Bu¨nemann EK, Muriuki AW, Karanja EN, Mucheru-Muna M, Fiaboe KKM, Cadisch G 2019. Nitrogen release and synchrony in organic and conventional farming systems of the Central Highlands of Kenya. Nutrient Cycling Agroecosystems https://doi.org/10.1007/s10705-019-09978-z
  •  Mwebia FW, Mugwe JN, Mucheru-Muna MW, Mugendi DN 2019. Inflence of farmer groups’ characteristics on up scaling uptake of soil fertility technologies in Eastern Kenya. Researchjournali Journal of Agriculture No 1 Jan 2019 1-17, http://www.researchjournali.com/view.php?id=4848
  • Nyamwange MM, Njeru EZ, Mucheru-Muna M and Ngetich F 2018. Soil management practices affect arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi propagules, root colonization and growth of rainfed maize. AIMS Agriculture and Food, 3 (2): 120–134
  • Muriu-Ng’ang’a FW, Mucheru-Muna MW, Waswa F, Mairura FS 2017. Socio-economic factors influencing utilisation of rain water harvesting and saving technologies in Tharaka South, Eastern Kenya. Agricultural Water Management 194 (2017) 150–159.
  • Kiboi, M.N., Ngetich, K.F., Diels, J., Mucheru-Muna, M., Mugwe, J., Mugendi, D.N 2017. Minimum tillage, tied ridging and mulching for better maize yield and yield stability in the Central Highlands of Kenya. Soil & Tillage Research, 170: 157-166. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.still.2017.04.001
  • Muthaura C, Mucheru-Muna M, Zingore Z, Kihara J and Muthamia J 2017. Effect of application of different nutrients on growth and yield parameters of maize (Zea mays), Case of Kandara Murang’a County. ARPN Journal of Agricultural and Biological Science, Vol. 12, No. 1, January 2017.
  • Adamteya N, Musyok M, Zundel C, Guillermo J, Cobo, Karanja E, Fiaboe K, Muriuki A, Mucheru-Muna MW, Vanlauwe B, Berseta E, Messmera M, Gattingera A, Bhullara G, Cadisch G, Fliessbach A, Mädera P, Nigglia U, and Foster D. 2016. Productivity, profitability and partial nutrient balance in maize-based conventional and organic farming systems in Kenya. Agriculture, Ecosystems and Environment 235 (2016) 61–79
  • Njeru P, Maina I, Lekasi J, Kimani S, Esilaba A, Mugwe J and Mucheru-Muna M 2016. Climate Smart agriculture adaptation strategies for rainfed agriculture in drought prone areas of central Kenya. International Journal of Agricultural Resources, Governance and Ecology. Vol 12 (2) 113-124. Inderscience Publishers Ltd, https://doi.org/10.1504/IJARGE.2016.076928
  •  Mugi-Ngenga EW, Mucheru-Muna MW, Mugwe JN, Ngetich FK, Mairura FS, and Mugendi DN 2016. Household's socio-economic factors influencing the level of adaptation to climate variability in the dry zones of Eastern Kenya. Journal of Rural Studies 43 (2016) 49-60, https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jrurstud.2015.11.004
  • Kisaka MO, Mucheru-Muna M, Ngetich F, Mugwe J, Mugendi DN, Mairura F, Shisanya C & GL Makokha 2015. Potential of deterministic and geostatistical rainfall interpolation under high rainfall variability and dry spells: case of Kenya’s Central Highlands. Theoretical and Applied Climatology DOI 10.1007/s00704-015-1413-2, https://hdl.handle.net/10568/73658
  • Kisaka MO, Mucheru-Muna M, Ngetich F, Mugwe J, Mugendi DN, Mairura F and Muriuki J 2015. Using Apsim-Model as a Decision-Support-Tool for Long-Term Integrated-Nitrogen-Management and Maize Productivity under Semi-Arid Conditions in Kenya. Experimental Agriculture, https://doi.org/10.1017/S0014479715000095
  • Mucheru-Muna MW, Mugendi DN, Pypers P, Mugwe JN, Kung'u JB, Vanlauwe B and Merckx R 2014. Enhancing maize productivity and profitability using organic inputs and mineral fertilizer in central Kenya small-hold farms. Experimental Agriculture 50: 250-269, https://doi.org/10.1017/S0014479713000525
  • Matusso JMM, Mugwe JN and Mucheru-Muna MW 2014. Effects of different maize (Zea mays L.) – soybean (Glycine max (L.) Merrill) intercropping patterns on soil mineral-N, N-uptake and soil properties. African Journal of Agricultural Research Vol. 9(1), pp. 42-55, 2 January, 2014,
  • Matusso JMM, Mugwe JN and Mucheru-Muna MW (2014). Effect of different maize (Zea mays L.) – soybean (Glycine max (L.) Merrill intercropping patterns on yields and land equivalent ratio. Journal of Cereals and Oilseeds: 4 (4)48-57. http://ir-library.ku.ac.ke/handle/123456789/8781
  • Matusso JMM, Mugwe JN and Mucheru-Muna MW 2014. Effects of different maize (Zea mays L.) – soybean (Glycine max (L.) Merrill) intercropping patterns on yields and economics. Advanced Journal of Agricultural Research Vol. 2(003), pp. 38-48, March, 2014, http://www.advancedjournals.org/AJAR
  • Ngetich KF, Mucheru-Muna M, Mugwe JN, Shisanya CA, Diels J, Mugendi DN 2014. Length of growing season, rainfall temporal distribution, onset and cessation dates in the Kenyan highlands. Agricultural and Forest Meteorology 188 (2014) 24– 32, https://doi.org/10.1016/j.agrformet.2013.12.011
  • Okeyo AI, Mucheru-Muna M, Mugwe J, Mugendi DN, Diels J and Shisanya CA 2014. Effects of selected soil and water conservation technologies on nutrient losses and maize yields in the central highlands of Kenya. Agricultural Water Management 137: 52-58, http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0378377414000390
  • Njenga NW, Mucheru-Muna MW and Muriuki J 2014. Assessing perceived impacts of climate change and how small scale farmers adapt in N in North Kinangop Location, Kenya. The International Journal of Innovative Research and Studies 3: 68-85
  • Matusso JMM, Mugwe JN and Mucheru-Muna MW 2014. Potential role of cereal-legume intercropping systems in integrated soil fertility management in smallholder farming systems of Sub-Saharan Africa. Research Journal of Agriculture and Environmental Management. Vol. 3(3), pp. 162-174, March, 2014
  • Matusso JMM, Mugwe JN and Mucheru-Muna MW 2014. Effect of different maize (Zea mays L.) – soybean (Glycine max (L.) Merrill) intercropping patterns on yields, light interception and leaf area index in Embu West and Tigania East sub counties. Academic Research Journal of Agricultural Science and Research Vol. 2(2), pp. 6-21, April 2014
  • Matusso JMM, Mugwe JN and Mucheru-Muna MW 2014. Changes of Soil Inorganic N, Soil Organic C and N Uptake by Maize and Soybean under Different Intercropping Patterns in Embu West and Tigania East Counties of Central Kenya. Academic Research Journal of Agricultural Science and Research Vol. 2(2), pp. 22-33, April 2014
  • Nyi T, Mucheru-Muna MW, Shisanya C, Lama JP, Mutuo PK, Pypers P, Vanlauwe B 2014. Effect of Delayed Cassava Planting on Yields and Economic Returns of a Cassava-Groundnut Intercrop in the Democratic Republic of Congo. World Journal of Agricultural Research 2(3):101-108.
  • Ngetich KF, Diels J, Shisanya CA, Mugwe JN, Mucheru-Muna M, Mugendi DN. 2014. Effects of selected soil and water conservation techniques on runoff, sediment yield and maize productivity under sub-humid and semi-arid conditions in Kenya. Catena 121 (2014) 288–296, https://doi.org/10.1016/j.catena.2014.05.026
  • Kimaru SM, Mucheru-Muna MW, Mugwe J, Mairura FS and Mugendi DN 2014. Client Focused Extension Approach for Disseminating Soil Fertility Management in Central Kenya International Journal of Agricultural Extension. Vol 2, No 2 (2014) 129-136: Int. J. Agric. Ext. ISSN: 2311-6110 (Online), 2311-8547 (Print) http://www.escijournals.net/IJAE, http://escijournals.net/index.php/IJAE/article/view/801 http://ir-library.ku.ac.ke/handle/123456789/11707
  • Kisaka MO, Mucheru-Muna M, Ngetich F, Mugwe J, Mugendi DN, Mairura F 2014. Rainfall Variability, Drought Characterization, and Efficacy of Rainfall Data Reconstruction: Case of Eastern Kenya. Advances in Meteorology, Volume 2014, Article ID 380404, 16 pages
  • Macharia J, Mugwe J, Mucheru-Muna M, Mugendi DN 2014. Socioeconomic Factors Influencing Levels of Knowledge in Soil Fertility Management in the Central Highlands of Kenya. Journal of Agricultural Science and Technology 4, 701-711, ISSN 1939-1250, doi: 10.17265/2161-6264/2014.09.003, https://ir-library.ku.ac.ke/handle/123456789/10372
  • Njenga NW, Mucheru-Muna MW and Muriuki J 2013. Climate Change Impacts on Small Scale Farmers in North Kinangop Location, Kenya. The International Journal of Climate Change: Impacts and Responses. Volume 5, 2013
  • Kimaru SM, Mucheru-Muna MW, Mugwe J, Mairura FS and Mugendi DN 2013. Gender disparities in uptake of information on soil fertility management in the Central highlands of Kenya. International Journal of Agricultural Science and Research (IJASR) Vol. 3, Issue 1, Mar 2013, 197-206, https://www.researchgate.net/publication/262680353
  • Njeru PNM, Mugwe J, Maina I, Mucheru-Muna M, Mugendi D, Lekasi JK, Kimani SK, Miriti J, Esilaba AO and Muriithi F 2013. Integrating scientific and farmers’ perception towards evaluation of rain-fed agricultural technologies for sorghum and cowpea productivity in Central Kenya. Journal of Soil Science and Environmental Management Vol. 4(7), pp. 123-131, November, 2013, http://irlibrary.ku.ac.ke/handle/123456789/8751
  • Njeru PNM, Mugwe J, Mucheru-Muna M, Maina I, Mwangi DM, Amboga S, Miruka M, Lekasi JK, Kimani SK, Miriti J, Gitari J, Mahasi M, Mutea K and Muriithi F 2013. Integrating Scientific and Farmers’ Evaluation of Water Harvesting and Soil Fertility Technologies on Sorghum Productivity in Eastern Kenya. E. Afr. agric. For. J. (2013) 78(3), 143-150
  • Mutegi EM, Kung’u JB, Mucheru-Muna MW, Mugendi DN 2012. Consequences of organic-mineral N soil fertility amendments on nitrogen uptake and maize grain yield in the smallholder farms of Meru South district, Kenya. Sky Journal of Soil Science and Environmental Management Vol. 1(1), pp. 9–14
  • Kimaru SM, Mugwe J, Mucheru-Muna MW, Mugendi DN 2012. Influence of Education Levels on Dissemination of Soil Fertility Management Information in the Central Highlands of Kenya. Journal of Agriculture and Rural Development in the Tropics and Subtropics (JARTS). 113: 89–99, http://nbn-resolving.de/urn:nbn:de:hebis:34-urn:nbn:de:hebis:34-2012092441785
  • Mutegi1 EM, Kung’u JB, Mucheru-Muna MW, Pypers P, Mugendi DN 2012. Complementary effects of organic and mineral fertilizers on maize production in the smallholder farms of Meru South District, Kenya. Agricultural Sciences 3: 221-229
  • Mucheru-Muna MW, Pypers P, Mugendi D, Kung’u J, Mugwe J, Merckx R and Vanlauwe B 2010. A staggered maize-legume intercrop arrangement robustly increases crop yields and economic returns in the highlands of central Kenya. Field Crops Research 115: 132-139, https://doi.org/10.1016/j.fcr.2009.10.013
  • Mugwe J, Mugendi D, Mucheru-Muna MW, Odee D and Mairura F 2009. Effect of selected organic materials and inorganic fertilizer on the soil fertility of a Humic Nitisol in the central highlands of Kenya. Soil Use and Management 25: 434–440
  • Mucheru-Muna MW, Mugendi D, Mugwe J, and Kung’u J 2009. Soil mineral N dynamics in a maize crop following different soil fertility amendments in different soil fertility status in sub-humid and semi-arid regions in Central Kenya. Research Journal of Agriculture and Biological Sciences 5 (6): 978-993
  • Mugwe J, Mucheru-Muna MW, Mugendi DN, Kung’u J, Bationo A, Mairura F 2009. Adoption potential of selected organic resources for improving soil fertility in the central highlands of Kenya. Agroforestry Systems DOI 10.1007/s10457-009-9217-y
  • Shisanya CA, Mucheru MW, Mugendi DN and Kung’u JB. 2009. Effect of organic and inorganic nutrient sources on soil mineral nitrogen and maize yields in central highlands of Kenya. Soil and Tillage Research, 103(2), 239-246
  • Mugendi D, Mucheru-Muna MW, Mugwe J, Kung’u J, Bationo A, 2008. Best bet soil fertility technologies for improved food production in the Central highlands of Kenya. African Journal of Environmental Studies and Development 1: 8-15
  • Mucheru-Muna MW, Mugendi D, Mugwe J, Kung’u J, 2008. Maize yields and mineral-N movement as affected by organic and inorganic inputs in a humic nitisol in Meru South District, Kenya. African Journal of Environmental Studies and Development 1: 99-108
  • Mugwe J, Mugendi D, Mucheru-Muna MW, Merckx R, Chianu J and Bernard V 2008. Determinants of the decision to adopt integrated soil fertility management practices by small holder farmers in the central highlands of Kenya. Experimental Agriculture 45: 61-75.
  • Mugwe J, Mugendi D, Kung’u J and Mucheru-Muna MW 2008. Maize yields response to application of organic and inorganic inputs under on-station and on-farm experiments in central Kenya. Experimental Agriculture 45: 47-59
  • Mucheru-Muna MW, Mugendi D, Kung’u J, Mugwe J, Bationo A, 2007. Effects of organic and mineral fertilizer inputs on maize yield and soil chemical properties in a maize cropping system in Meru South District, Kenya. Agroforestry Systems 69: 189-197

B).  PEER-REVIEWED BOOK CHAPTERS WITH ISBN NUMBERS

  • Njeru PNM, Mugwe J, Mucheru-Muna M, Maina I, Kimani SK, and Lelgut DK 2018. Drought-Tolerant Crops in Kirinyaga County, Kenya: Climate-Smart Agriculture Adaptation Strategies W. In Leal Filho (ed.), Handbook of Climate Change Resilience, Springer Nature Switzerland AG 2018. (https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-319-71025-9_80-1)
  • Kisaka MO, Mucheru-Muna M, Ngetich F, Mugwe J, Mugendi DN, Mairura F 2015. Seasonal Rainfall Variability and Drought Characterization: Case of Eastern Arid Region, Kenya. In: WL Filho, AO Esilaba, KPC Rao, G Sridhar (Eds). Adapting African Agriculture to Climate Change Climate Change Management 2015, pp 53-71 (Springer NL ISBN 978-3-319-13000-2; DOI 10.1007/978-3-319-13000-2_5).
  • Njeru PNM, Mugwe JN, Maina I, Mucheru-Muna M, Mugendi DN, Lekasi JK 2015. Integrating Farmers and Scientific Methods for Evaluating Climate Change Adaptation Options in Embu County. In: Eds, Walter Leal Filho, Anthony O. Esilaba, K. P. C. Rao and G. Sridhar. Adapting African Agriculture to Climate Change. Climate Change Management 2015, pp 185-197. ((Springer NL ISBN 978-3-319-13000-2; DOI 10.1007/978-3-319-13000-2_5).
  • Njeru PNM, Mugwe JN, Maina I, Mucheru-Muna M, Mugendi DN, Lekasi JK, Kimani SK, Wamuongo J, Oeba VO and Muriithi F 2014. Adapting Rain-fed Agriculture to Climate Change: An Overview of Sorghum (Sorghum bicolor (L.) Moench) and Cowpea Production in agro-Pastoral Areas of Eastern Kenya. In: Eds, Khalif Z, Gachene CKK, Gicheru P, Mburu DW, Gakahu CG. Sustainable Land Management in Dry Lands of Kenya Improving Land Productivity through Participatory Research and Technology Transfer. United Nations Development Programme - Kenya 2014, pp 137-145 (ISBN 978 9966 1805 5 1)
  • Kimaru-Muchai S.W., Mucheru-Muna M., Mugwe J.M., Mairura F.S and Mugendi D.N. 2013 Communication channels used in dissemination of soil fertility management practices in the Central Highlands of Kenya. In: Bernard Vanlauwe, Piet van Asten, Guy Blomme (Eds) Agro-Ecological Intensification of Agricultural Systems in the African Highlands. (Routledge, 3 Dec 2013; ISBN-10: 0415532736, ISBN-13: 978-0415532730), pp 281-290
  • Ngetich KF, Shisanya CA, Mugwe JN, Mucheru-Muna MW and Mugendi DN 2012. The potential of organic and inorganic nutrient sources in sub-Saharan African crop farming systems. In Soil Fertility Improvement and Integrated Nutrient Management - A Global Perspective. Edited by: Joann K. Whalen. InTech, ISBN 978-953-307-945-5
  • Mugwe JN, Mucheru-Muna M, Mugendi D.N and Mwebia F 2012. Organic materials. Methodologies and approaches for uptake and scaling up soil fertility management In: Mugendi DN, Mucheru-Muna MW and Mugwe JN (Eds.) 2nd Revised Edition 2012. Soil Fertility: Enhancing Community Extension. Manilla Publishers, Nairobi, Kenya. (ISBN 9966-9821-1-6) pgs 116 – 128.
  • Kimaru-Muchai S, Mugwe JN, Mugendi DN and Mucheru-Muna MW (2012). In: Mugendi DN, Mucheru-Muna MW and Mugwe JN (Eds.) 2nd Revised Edition 2012. Soil Fertility: Enhancing Community Extension. Manilla Publishers, Nairobi, Kenya. (ISBN 9966-9821-1-6) pgs 129-138.
  • Mugwe JN, Mugendi DN, Mucheru-Muna M and Muthamia JM 2012. Methodologies and approaches for uptake and scaling up soil fertility management In: Mugendi DN, Mucheru-Muna MW and Mugwe JN (Eds.) 2nd Revised Edition (2012). Soil Fertility: Enhancing Community Extension. Manilla Publishers, Nairobi, Kenya. (ISBN 9966-9821-1-6) pgs 116 – 128.
  • Ngetich KF, Mugwe JN, Mucheru-Muna MW, Shisanya CA, Diels J and Mugendi DN 2011. Assessment of strategies that optimize water productivity in maize: Simulation and testing of crop field practices using AquaCrop and field experimentation in central highlands of Kenya. In; Ardakanian, R. & Walter, T. (eds) 2011.Capacity Development for Farm Management Strategies to Improve Crop-Water Productivity using AquaCrop: Lessons Learned. Knowledge Series No. 7, UNW-DPC, Bonn, Germany Pp 88.
  • Mugendi DN, Waswa BS, Mucheru-Muna MW, and Kimetu JM 2011. Strategies to adapt, disseminate and scale out legume-based technologies. In A Bationo, Waswa B, Okeyo J, Maina F, Kihara J and Mokwunya U (eds). Fighting poverty in sub-saharan Africa: The multiple Roles of legumes in integrated soil fertility management, pp 85-116, Springer NL. ISBN 978-94-007-1535-6
  • Mugendi DN, Waswa BS, Mucheru-Muna MW, Kimetu JM and Palm C 2011. Comparative analysis of the current and potential role of legumes in integrated soil fertility management in East Africa. In A Bationo, Waswa B, Okeyo J, Maina F, Kihara J and Mokwunya U (eds). Fighting poverty in sub-saharan Africa: The multiple Roles of legumes in integrated soil fertility management, pp 151-173, Springer NL. ISBN 978-94-007-1535-6
  • Mucheru-Muna M, Mugendi D, Pypers P, Mugwe J, Vanlauwe B, Merckx R and Kung’u JB 2011. Increasing productivity through maize-legume intercropping in central Kenya. In A Bationo, Waswa B, Okeyo J, Maina F, and Kihara J (eds). Innovations as key to the Green Revolution in Africa – Vol 1, Exploring the Scientific Facts. Pp 843-858, Springer NL ISBN 978-90-481-2541-8
  • Mugwe J, Mugendi D, Mucheru-Muna M and Kung’u JB 2011. Soil inorganic N and N uptake by maize following application of legume biomass, tithonia, manure and mineral fertilizer in central Kenya. In A Bationo, Waswa B, Okeyo J, Maina F, and Kihara J (eds). Innovations as key to the Green Revolution in Africa – Vol 1, Exploring the Scientific Facts. Pp605-616, Springer NL ISBN 978-90-481-2541-8
  • Mucheru-Muna M, Mugendi D, Pypers P, Mugwe J, Vanlauwe B, Merckx R and Kung’u JB 2011. Effect of organic inputs and mineral fertilizer on maize yield in a ferralsol and nitisol soil in central Kenya. In A Bationo, Waswa B, Okeyo J, Maina F, and Kihara J (eds). Innovations as key to the Green Revolution in Africa – Vol 1, Exploring the Scientific Facts. Pp 191-203, Springer NL ISBN 978-90-481-2541-8
  • Mugendi DN, Mugwe J, Mucheru-Muna M, Karega R, Muriuki J, Vanlauwe B and Merckx R 2011. Dissemination of integrated soil fertility management technologies using participatory approaches in the central highlands of Kenya. In A Bationo, Waswa B, Okeyo J, Maina F, and Kihara J (eds). Innovations as key to the Green Revolution in Africa – Vol 1, Exploring the Scientific Facts. Pp 1279-1296605-616, Springer NL ISBN 978-90-481-2541-8
  • Mugendi DN, Mucheru-Muna MW, Waswa B and Mugwe J 2007. Agroforestry for land and water management in Kenya. In: Waswa F, Otor S, Olukoye G and Mugendi D (Eds) 2007. Environment and Sustainable Development: A Guide for Higher Education in Kenya, Vol 2. School of Environmental Studies and Human Sciences, Kenyatta University. ISBN: 9966-776-34-6
  • Mugendi DN, Mucheru-Muna MW, Mugwe J, Kung’u J and Bationo A, 2007. Improving food production using ‘best bet’ soil fertility technologies in the Central highlands of Kenya. In: A. Bationo (eds.) Advances in Integrated Soil Fertility Management in Sub-Saharan Africa: Challenges and Opportunities, pp 345–351, Springer NL. ISBN 978-1-4020-5759-5
  • Mucheru-Muna MW, Mugendi DN, Mugwe J, and Kung’u J 2007. Economic evaluation of local inputs in Meru South District, Kenya. In A. Bationo (eds.) Advances in Integrated Soil Fertility Management in Sub-Saharan Africa: Challenges and Opportunities, pp 443–448, Springer NL. ISBN 978-1-4020-5759-5
  • Kaburu D, Mucheru-Muna MW and Mugendi DN 2006. Mineral Fertilizers. In: Mugendi DN, Mucheru-Muna MW and Mugwe JN (Eds) 2006. Soil Fertility: Enhancing Community Extension. Manilla Publishers, Nairobi, Kenya. ISBN 9966-9821-1-6
  • Mugwe J, Mucheru-Muna MW, Mugendi DN and Mwebia F 2006. Organic Materials. In: Mugendi DN, Mucheru-Muna MW and Mugwe JN (Eds) 2006. Soil Fertility: Enhancing Community Extension. Manilla Publishers, Nairobi, Kenya. ISBN 9966-9821-1-6
  • Mugendi DN, Mucheru-Muna MW, Mugwe JN, Kung’u J, and Bationo A 2005. Improvement of food production using different sources of nitrogen in Central Kenya. Science Press USA Inc, Monmouth Junction, New Jersey, USA. ISBN 1-933100-10-9
  • Mucheru-Muna M, Mugendi DN, Kangai R, Kung’u J, Mugwe J and Otor S 2004. Farmer participation in enhancing food productivity through agroforestry in the central highlands of Kenya. In Temu AB, Chakeredza S, Mogotsi K, Muthali D and Mulinge R (eds.). Rebuilding Africa’s capacity for agricultural development: the role of tertiary education. Reviewed papers presented at ANAFE Symposium on Tertiary Agricultural Education, April 2003. ICRAF, Nairobi, Kenya. ISBN:92-9059-1609
  • Mucheru MW, Mugendi DN, Micheni A, Mugwe J, Kung’u J, Otor S and Gitari J 2003. Improved food production by use of soil fertility amendment strategies in the Central Highlands of Kenya. In: Bationo A (ed.) Managing Nutrient Cycles to Sustain Soil Fertility in Sub-Saharan Africa. pp 585-594. Academy Science Publishers, Nairobi, Kenya.
  • Mucheru MW, Mugendi DN, Mugwe J, Adiel K, Kung’u J, and Micheni A 2003. Organic Resources in Soil Fertility Management in Eastern Kenya. In: Savala CEN, Omare MN and Woomer PL (ed.) Organic Resource Management in Kenya: Perspectives and Guidelines. pp 26-33. Forum for Organic Resource Management and Agricultural Resource Management (FORMAT)

C). REVIEWED CONFERENCE PAPERS (PROCEEDINGS)

  • Njue, A.M, Mucheru, M.and Maina, M. (2016). Pesticide use knowledge, attitude and perception influence residue occurrence in french bean (Phaseolus vulgaris) pods in murang‟a county, Kenya. In: Isutsa, D.K. Proceedings of the First International Research Conference held in Chuka University, 28th to 30TH October, 2015 Chuka, Kenya, pp 179-185
  • Ada, M.A, Mucheru-Muna, M.W, Mugwe, J.M, Zingore, S, Mugi-Ngenga, E, Mairura, F, Ayieko, D. (2016). Determinants of use of integrated soil fertility management strategies and phosphorus management for maize production intensification in Runyenjes sub-County, Kenya. In: Wanjohi W, Kyalo DW, Nguhiu P and Gichaga C (Eds). Proceedings of the 2nd Biennial International Conference on Enhancing Sustainable Agricultural Production and Marketing Systems, held in Kenyatta University on 29th November to 2nd December 2016, pp 198-213
  • Vincent Rabach, Monicah Mucheru-Muna, Jonathan Muriuki and James Koske (2016). Combining agroforestry with conservation agriculture for soil fertility enhancement in the dryland context: case of Machakos County, Kenya. In: Wanjohi W, Kyalo DW, Nguhiu P and Gichaga C (Eds). Proceedings of the 2nd Biennial International Conference on Enhancing Sustainable Agricultural Production and Marketing Systems, held in Kenyatta University on 29th November to 2nd December 2016, pp 214-229
  • F.W. Ng’ang’a, M. Mucheru-Muna, F.Waswa, F.S Mairura (2016). Farmer knowledge and utilization of rainwater harvesting and conservation technologies in a semi-arid agro-ecozone of Kenya. In: Wanjohi W, Kyalo DW, Nguhiu P and Gichaga C (Eds). Proceedings of the 2nd Biennial International Conference on Enhancing Sustainable Agricultural Production and Marketing Systems, held in Kenyatta University on 29th November to 2nd December 2016, pp 239-254
  • Murage, F.M, Mugwe, J.N, Ngetich, K.F, Mucheru-Muna, M.M. and Mugendi, DN (2016). Effect of phosphorous on yield and growth of soybean (Glycine max L) varieties in central highlands of Kenya. In: Wanjohi W, Kyalo DW, Nguhiu P and Gichaga C (Eds). Proceedings of the 2nd Biennial International Conference on Enhancing Sustainable Agricultural Production and Marketing Systems, held in Kenyatta University on 29th November to 2nd December 2016, pp 356-367
  • Mwebia F.W., Mucheru-Muna M.W., Mugwe J.N. and Mugendi D.N. (2015). Farmer Groups’ Characteristics Influencing Application of Soil fertility Technologies in the Central Highlands of Kenya. In: Isutsa, D.K. Proceedings of the First Internation Research Conference held in Chuka University, 29th to 31st October, 2014 Chuka, Kenya, pp 81-90
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  • J.S. Abuli, J. N. Mugwe, M. Mucheru-Muna, D. N. Mugendi (2013) Economic suitability of selected phosphorus sources on soybean yield in central highlands of Kenya. In: Githunguri C, Kimani S, Esilaba A, Njeru P, Lekasi J, Gachene C, Baaru M, Muriuki A, Nyamwaro S, Maina F, Muniafu M, Kibunja C, Mangale N. Transforming rural livelihoods in Africa: How can land and water management contribute to enhanced food security and address climate change adaptation and mitigation? Joint proceedings of the 27th Soil Science Society of East Africa and the 6th African Soil Science Society.pp 456-463
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