I graduated with a PhD in Agricultural Sciences and Biological engineering from Catholic University of Louvain /Belgium. My PhD thesis was about the use of conservation agriculture and biological control by conservation to sustainably manage plant pests. This paradoxical approach can confer a high significant retrieval of ecosystem services destroyed by the misuse of synthetic pesticides. I am additionally competitive in biometrics, disaster preparedness and mitigation. I am currently Lecturer and Head of Department at Ruhengeri Institute of Applied Sciences.
Harelimana, A., 2018. Consequences of varietal resistance of Coffea arabica L. and intercropping for the sustainable control of aphid Toxoptera aurantii (Hemiptera: Aphididae) in Rwanda (PhD Thesis). UCL-Université Catholique de Louvain.
Harelimana, A., Jean, G., Goff, L., Jureerat, R., Rukazambuga, D., Hance, T., 2018a. Consequences of Coffee Varieties on Life-History Traits of Toxoptera aurantii (Hemiptera: Aphididae). International Journal of Agriculture, Environment and Bioresearch 3.
Harelimana, A., Le Goff, G., Rukazambuga, D., Ngamata, M.O., Hance, T., 2016. Assessment of fruit fly Bactrocera invadens (Diptera: Tephritidae) presence in Eastern province of Rwanda. East African Journal of Science and Technology 6, 1.
Harelimana, A., Le Goff, G., Rukazambuga, D.T., Hance, T., 2018b. Coffee Production Systems: Evaluation of Intercropping System in Coffee Plantations in Rwanda. Journal of Agricultural Science 10.
Harelimana A. 2019. Potyvirus Infection Analyses in Tamarillo Trees in the Northern Province of Rwanda. Vanderbilt Law Research Paper Forthcoming.
Manuscripts under review
Harelimana, A., Le Goff, G., Rukazambuga, D.T., Hance, T., 2019. Susceptibility of four coffee varieties to aphids and green scales and identification of associated natural enemies in Rwanda.
Harelimana A., Christine N., & Hance T., 2019. Endosymbionts bacteria in the citrus aphid Toxoptera aurantii (Hemiptera: Aphididae).
Harelimana, A., Le Goff, G., Rukazambuga, D.T., Hance, T., 2019. The Coffee-bean intercropping system: Opportunity to manage coffee pests and enhance natural enemy diversity.
Harelimana, A., Le Goff, G., Rukazambuga, D.T., Hance, T., 2019. Pest Management in Coffee tree Agro-ecosystems: A review of coffee resistance and arthropod diversity in multicropping coffee plantations.
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