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occurrence, distribution and alternative hosts of jatropha mosaic virus in some northwestern states of nigeria

Field survey was conducted in 2015 between August and September in three Local Government Areas of Kaduna, Katsina and Kano States of Nigeria to determine the incidence, distribution and alternative hosts of Jatropha Mosaic Virus on Physic nut (Jatropha curcas L). A total of twenty seven (27) Jatropha curcas farms were surveyed in three States (Kad... Continue Reading

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effect of breed, age and sex on growth, haematological, serum biochemical and carcass characteristics of turkeys (meleagris gallopavo)

A study was conducted to assess the effect of breed, sex and age on growth, haematological, serum biochemical and carcass characteristics of Turkey. The data was generated from 100 Turkeys which comprised 50 Norfolk breed and 50 Mammoth breed. The growth traits included biweekly body weight (BW) and linear body measurements: neck length (NL), body... Continue Reading

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effects of nitrogen and phosphorus fertilization on maize/groundnut mixture

Afield trial was conducted in the 1991 wet season on the Research Farm of the Institute for Agricultural Research, Samaru, Zaria (11Â 11'N, 7 38'E, 658m above mean sea - level) located in the northern Guinea savanna ecological zone of Nigeria . The objec iv e was to determine the effects of nitrogen and phosphorus on the productivity of maize and ... Continue Reading

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genetic variability and predicted responses to selfed progeny selection in three maize (zea mays l.) populations for tolerance to low soil nitrogen

Low soil nitrogen is a major constraint to maize production in the West African savanna. The development of maize cultivars with better performance under low soil nitrogen level is of great significance. In this study, S1 (Selfed) progeny recurrent selection method was employed to improve three different maize populations (DMR ESR-W, TZE COMP. 3DT ... Continue Reading

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analysis of the adoption of recommended soybean production practices in zaria local government area of kaduna state, nigeria

This study focused on analysis of the adoption of recommended soybean production practices in Zaria Local Government Area of Kaduna State, Nigeria. Primary data were collected from 165 respondents using structured questionnaire. Continue Reading

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analysis of resource use efficiency and profitability in chilli pepper (capsicum frutescens) production and its contribution to household farm income in kaduna state

Chilli pepper (Capsicum frutescens) is one of the major cash crops grown in Nigeria. This study seeks to determine the resource use efficiency and profitability in chilli pepper production and its contribution to household income in Kaduna state. Purposive and simple random sampling techniques were adopted in sampling the respondents. Descriptive ... Continue Reading

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effect of ensiling eggplant (solanum melongena l.) forage on intake and nutrient digestibility by yankasa rams

Forty-eight (48) Yankasa rams with average weight 21.67Â1.6kg were used to study the effects of ensiling eggplant (Solanum melongena L.) forage on nutrient digestibility, intake, anti-nutritional factors, mineral content, nitrogen balance and haematological parameters in rams. The rams were randomly assigned to eight treatments, with six rams per... Continue Reading

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effects of feeding graded levels of palm kernel meal (pkm) in broiler chicken diets supplemented with maxigrain enzyme

A study was conducted to evaluate the effects of feeding graded levels of PKM in broiler chicken diets supplemented with or without Maxigrain enzyme on the performance of broiler chickens. The first study is on nutrient retention, where eighty one (81) day old chicks of the Arbor Acres strain were randomly allotted to nine (9) isonitrogeneous die... Continue Reading

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inheritance of seedcotton yield and lint traits in cotton (gossypium hirsutum l.)

Studies were carried out to investigate the mode of gene action governing the inheritance of geedcotton yield, lint yield, lint percent, mean fiber length and fiber fineness within six intervarietal crosses of Upland cotton. Polygenic inheritance for these characters was indicated by unimodality in the F2 distribution in most of the crosses for the... Continue Reading

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comparative study on the utilization of groundnut haulms and cowpea husks by lactating red sokoto does fed digitaria smutsii basal diet

The efficacy, acceptability and utilization of groundnut haulms (GH) and cowpea husks (CH) as feed resources for Red Sokoto does (RSD) were investigated. The experiment, in a randomized complete block design involved growth and digestibility trials using twenty pregnant RSD in their last trimester and twelve Red Sokoto bucks (RSB) for the respecti... Continue Reading

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effects of biostimulation on behaviour, growth, and reproduction of rabbits

A 16-week study was conducted to evaluate the effect of biostimulation on behaviour, growth, and reproduction of rabbits. Seventy five (crossbreds) mature rabbits (2.6 -2.70 kg), comprising of 50 nulliparous does aged, 6-7 months old and 25 bucks, (8-10 months old), were used for this study. The rabbits were allocated into five treatment groups in ... Continue Reading

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effects of feeding level and rearing method on sexual development in yankasa sheep

The study examined the effects of feeding level and rearing method on sexual development in Yankasa sheep. Seventy-two animals with mean age and body weight of 145.3 +17.7 days and 10.1+2.6 kg respectively were used for the 4 months investigation. Animals were randomised in a 3x3 factorial design with feeding rate at 3 levels (low, medium and high)... Continue Reading

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socio-economic and institutional factors influencing livelihood diversification among rural farmers in kajuru local government area kaduna state, nigeria

This study analyzes the socio-economic and institutional factors influencing livelihood diversification among rural farmers in Kajuru Local Government Area of Kaduna state, Nigeria. The specific objectives were to examine the socio “ economic and institutional factors influencing rural people to seek other sources of livelihood beside agricultura... Continue Reading

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effects of nitrogen and phosphorus fertilizers and seed rate on growth and yield of two upland rice (oryza sativa l) cultivars.

Field experiments were conducted at the Fadama Farm of Usmanu Danfodiyo University, Sokoto for three consecutive years during 1990-92 rainy seasons. The objective of the investigation was to study the effects of nitrogen, phosphorus and seed rates on two upland rice cultivars with a view to arriving at an optimum combination rates of these factors ... Continue Reading

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in vitro conservation of groundnut (arachis hypogaea l.).

Experiments were carried out between 2009 and 2013 in the Biotechnology laboratory, Department of Plant Science, Ahmadu Bello University Samaru, Zaria with the aim of developing tissue culture regeneration, cryopreservation and slow growth protocols for conservation of groundnut. Embryonic axes obtained from seeds of Four (4) groundnut varieties; (... Continue Reading

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