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studies on nutrient potentials of blends of treated aerial yam


This work evaluated the nutrient and antinutrient content and nutritive value of a lesserknown high yielding crop (aerial yam) and well-known high yielding legume cowpea. Aerial yam and cowpea used in this work were obtained from a family farm in Ovoko, Igbo-Eze South Local Government Area, Enugu state, Nigeria. Four kilogrammes of both foods w... Continue Reading


economic study of the use of organic manure in yellow pepper (capsicum annuum l.) production in nsukka local government

Economic study of the use of organic manure in yellow pepper production in Nsukka Local Government Area of Enugu State was carried out. The study was aimed at; describing the socio economic characteristics of yellow pepper farmers, identifying factors that motivate the use of organic manure by yellow pepper farmers, Continue Reading


evaluation of the impact of road network on the selling of agricultural products

This research work problem into the place of impact of road network in the selling of agricultural products in Nigeria Anambra State. This study tries to identify the causes of road network in the selling of agricultural product, in addition of this research work in summary. Chapter one; this work entails the introduction, back ground of the study,... Continue Reading


chemical composition of processed tender leaves and husks of cowpea and organoleptic attributes of their soups

The study examined the chemical composition of fresh, sundried tender leaves and husks of cowpea ‘Adengee’ (Vigna unguiculata) and organoleptic attributes of their traditional soups. Information on processing, preparation and utilization of soup meals based on cowpea leaves and husks were obtained during the focus group discussion. The tender le... Continue Reading


the role of agriculture in the economic development

The purpose of this research is to identify the role of agriculture in the economic development of Edo State: a case study of Oredo Local Government Area. Chapter one consists of the introduction aspect of the project. Chapter two comprises of the review of literature including the problem faced by the farmers of Oredo Local Government Area. Chapte... Continue Reading


problems and prospects of duck farming

This project work was carried out in Ovia North West Local Government Area of edo state to examine the problems of duck farming within the area. 5o questionnaires were distributed among farmers in the local government but there response where only analyzed using simple frequency and percentages. From the analysis it was revealed that 30% the farmer... Continue Reading


comparative study of vitamin a and anthropometric status of children aged 6-24 months in urban and rural communities in kaduna state, nigeria.

This invest igat ion centered on Vi tamin A and anthropomet r ic status of 400 children aged 6-24 months in urban and rural communi t ies in Kaduna South local government area, Nigeria. Select ion of chi ldren was through systemat ic sampl ing technique. Two hundred children from each communi ty, ninety four males (94) and one hundred and six (... Continue Reading


an investigation on the performance of nigeria agricultural cooperative and rural development bank (nacrdb) in agricultural credit delivery

The information was used to analyze, using descriptive statistics. The study therefore recommended that more branch office should be established, staff strength of the bank should e increased and approved. Continue Reading


effect of npk fertilizer on the growth and yield components of yam (dioscorea spp), and egusi-melon intercrop

(Coloncynthis citrillus)

The experiment was conducted at the Faculty of Agriculture, University of Benin, Ugbowo Campus Benin City Nigeria. The experiment was conducted under rain fed condition during the early cropping season (March to November) of the year 2013. The experimental design was the Randomized Complete Block Design (RCBD) with yam and egusi-melon as the test c... Continue Reading


resource productivity in ornamental plants production in jos metropolis, nigeria

This study was undertaken to analyze resource productivity in ornamental plants production within Jos metropolis of Nigeria. The study covered Jos North and Jos South local government areas. The specific objectives include: identifying the effect of socio-economic factors on resource productivity, determining costs and returns, and resource pr... Continue Reading


the impact of the distribution and utilization of oil palm on the socio economic development in oruk anam local government area

Nigeria ranked sixth among the poorest countries in the world with over 70% of the population living below poverty line in 2007 (Central Intelligence Agency, 2012) while 46% lived below $1.25 daily in 2010 (World Bank, 2014). Okonjo-Iweala (2014) noted that Nigeria is one of the five countries in which two-thirds of the world's extreme poor are co... Continue Reading


effect of defoliation and npk fertilizer on yield of maize

(Zea mays L)


This experiment was conducted at experimental field of Faculty of Agriculture, University of Benin, Benin-City, during 2014 growing season. A 3x4 factorial experiment in randomized complete block design with 3 replications was used to study effect of defoliation and NPK fertilizer on yields of maize. Factors were three defoliation levels, No defoliation (D0), defoliation above ear (D1), defoliation below ear including the ear leaves (D2) an... Continue Reading


impact of loan acquisition on agriculture

Agriculture is still regarded as one of the main stay of Nigerian economy, before and after independence with the production of food for vast teaming population. It contributes immensely to the production of raw materials which has translated into increased foreign exchange earnings, better social life and higher standard of living of people. For i... Continue Reading


economic efficiency of resource use among urban waterleaf farmers in akwa ibom state, nigeria

The study estimated the efficiency of resource use among urban waterleaf farmers in Akwa Ibom State using a sample of 60 respondents that were randomly selected (20) from three urban centers in the state. Interview schedules and structured questionnaires were Continue Reading


the effect of inflation and interest rate on agricultural productivity in nigeria from 2000-2015

Inflation has been apparent in Nigeria from the outset of her national life as it was propelled in the 1960s through the "cheap money policy" adopted by the government to stimulate development after independence (Bayo, 2005). Nigeria has experienced all manners of inflationary episodes, from creeping to moderate and from high to galloping (Olubus... Continue Reading


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