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PRODUCVITYOFGRAINCOWPEA(VIGNA UNGUICULATA L()WALP.)ASINFLUNCEDBYSEASON,GENOTYPE,INSECTPESTMNAGMETANDCROPINGYSTEMINSOUTHASTERNIGERIA.

ABSTRACT The first experiment involved nine improved cowpea genotypes and a local variety. The ten treatments were planted in two locations, namely the Research Farm of the College of Agriculture, Mgbakwu in Anambra State (060 17ʹN, 070 04ʹE; 83m asl) and the Experimental Farm of the Federal College of Agriculture, Ishiagu in Ebonyi State (050 58ʹN, 070 34ʹE; 197 m asl), over a period of two y... Continue Reading »

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EFFECT OF GROUNDNUT SHELL ASH ON SOIL STABILIZATION

ABSTRACT As the topic of this research project implies (Effect of groundnut shell ash on lateritic soil properties) and which aim and objective are to shed light on Engineering Properties of Laterite Soil which is extensively used as a construction materials in Civil Engineering Project which is accomplished through intensive field investigation and comprehensive laboratory test. The index propert... Continue Reading »

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EVALUATION OF TRAP CROPS AND INTEGRATED STRIGA MANAGEMENT IN THE CONTROL OF WITCH WEED (STRIGA HERMONTHICA (DEL.) BENTH) IN SORGHUM (SORGHUM BICOLOR L...

ABSTRACT Field trials were conducted in 2012 and 2013 cropping seasons on a naturally heavily striga infested field at the research farm of Federal University of Technology, Gidan kwano campus Minna to evaluate the effect of seed treatment, sowing date and trap crop in the management of Striga hermonthica. The experiment consisted of two varieties of sorghum (resistant ICSV1002 and susceptible Gwa... Continue Reading »

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BORON DISTRIBUTION IN THE SOILS OF A TOPOSEQUENCE IN A DERIVED SAVANNA AGRO-ECOLOGICAL ZONE OF NIGERIA

ABSTRACT Boron an essential plant nutrient element is one of the few with limited research work and yet is a significant prerequisite for plant growth and development. The study of this research was carried out to determine the distribution of boron in soils of selected profiles along a toposequence in the Landmark University Farm, Eleyin in Isin Local Government Area of Kwara State which is a Der... Continue Reading »

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THE INFLUENCE OF LEVELS AND MODES OF NPK FERTILIZER APPLICATION ON GROWTH AND YIELD OF SOME IMPROVED CASSAVA VARIETIES IN NSUKKA, SOUTH EASTERN NIGERI...

ABSTRACT A study was carried out at the Department of Crop Science, Faculty of Agriculture Experimental Farm, University of Nigeria, Nsukka to: (i) evaluate the growth and yield of four improved cassava varieties, (ii) determine optimum NPK fertilizer rate for increased productivity and (iii) determine the best mode of fertilizer application for increased productivity. The experiment was laid out ... Continue Reading »

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EVALUATION OF 31 RICE (ORYZA SATIVA L.) BREEDING LINES AND GENETIC ANALYSIS OF EIGHT SELECTED LINES USING DIALLEL METHODS

ABSTRACT A diallel set consisting of p2 combinations (p parents ½ P(p 1) F2 hybrids, and the backcrosses among eight rice breeding lines were grown in replicated trails. The eight rice breeding lines were selected from an initial thirty one rice breeding lines comprising eighteen medium maturing rice lines and thirteen early maturing rice lines on the basis of their maturity (early to mediu... Continue Reading »

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IMPROVEMENT OF SELECTED OKRA (ABELMOSCHUS SPP.) VARIETIES FOR FRUIT YIELD AND PRODUCTIVITY

ABSTRACT Four field experiments were conducted at the Teaching and Research Farm of the Department of Crop Science, University of Nigeria, Nsukka to: (i) improve the photoperiodic response, especially in local (late) maturing varieties of Okra; (ii) estimate heterosis and heritability for improved yield and productivity; (iii) determine combining ability and gene effects of 13 genotypes of okra; (... Continue Reading »

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STUDIES ON FERTILIZER NITROGEN AND CUTTING MANAGEMENT OF SOWN GRASS AND LEGUME PASTURES IN PURE AND MIXED SWARDS.

ABSTRACT Three field experiments were conducted at the Teaching and Research Farm of the Department of Crop Science, Faculty of Agriculture, University of Nigeria, Nsukka. In the first experiment, the effects of fertilizer N application and cutting management on establishment, growth and yield of guinea grass (Panicum maximum) were investigated. The experiment was a 4 x 4 factorial laid out in a r... Continue Reading »

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RESPONSE OF SOYBEAN AND MAIZE VARIETIES TO DIFFERENT SOIL FERTILITY MANAGEMENT OPTIONS IN SOUTHEASTERN NIGERIA

ABSTRACT Promiscuous (naturally nodulating) IITA (International Institute of Tropical Agriculture) soybean (Glycine max (L) Merrill) varieties and elite varieties of maize (Zea mays L.) were evaluated in four experiments between 2007 and 2009, for their growth and yield responses to an area without history of soybean cultivation, some soil fertility management options and for soybean fertilizer re... Continue Reading »

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EFFECT OF DIVERSIFICATION ACTIVITIES ON THE PRODUCTION TREND OF CASSAVA FARMERS

CHAPTER ONE INTRODUCTION Background of the study Cassava is one of the most important crops in Nigeria. It is the most widely cultivated crop in the southern part of the country in terms of area devoted to it and number of farmers growing it. Indeed, it is grown by almost every household. Cassava has also increased in importance in the Middle Belt in recent years. In all places, cassava has become... Continue Reading »

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EFFECT OF POISONOUS CHEMICAL ON BEANS PRESERVING

CHAPTER ONE INTRODUCTION 1.1 Background of Study Cocoa (Theobroma cacao L.) is one of the most important cash crops in Ghana and the industry is the mainstay of the Ghanaian economy as it provides 30 percent of Ghana's total export earnings making it the second largest source of export earnings (Gakpo, 2012). According to the Bank of Ghana, cocoa bean and products export receipts for the first qua... Continue Reading »

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QUALITY AND GENETIC EVALUATION OF SOME GENOTYPES OF RICE (ORYZA SATIVA L.) USING DIALLEL METHOD.

ABSTRACT The patterns of gene effects on agronomic and some quality traits of eight genotypes of rice (Oryza sativa L.) and their progenies were studied using Diallel analysis method 1 involving parents, F1 hybrids and their reciprocals. The eight genotypes studied were selected for their agronomic performance and protein content from thirty genotypes evaluated in a randomized complete block desig... Continue Reading »

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EFFECTS OF PELLETED AND UNPELLETED COMPOSTED ORGANIC MATERIALS ON THE GROWTH AND YIELD OF THREE VARIETIES OF CUCUMBER (CUCUMIS SATIVUS L.)

ABSTRACT The main objective of this study is to determine the effects of the pelleted and unpelleted composted organic materials on the growth and yield of three varieties of cucumber (Cucumis sativus L.). The specific objectives were to: determine the physical and chemical properties of pelleted and unpelleted composted organic materials, determine the effects of pelleted and unpelleted composted... Continue Reading »

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EFFORTS TOWARDS THE DEVELOPMENT OF HIGH YIELDING AND STEM BORER RESISTANT MAIZE IN A HUMID ENVIRONMENT

ABSTRACT Field experiments were conducted at the Teaching and Research Farm of the Department of Crop Science, Faculty of Agriculture, University of Nigeria, Nsukka to commence the process of developing high yielding maize with resistance to stem borers in a humid environment. The specific objectives were to (i) screen some maize genotypes for agronomic traits and stem borer resistance (ii) estima... Continue Reading »

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EFFECT OF SEED TREATMENT WITH SYNTHETIC PESTICIDES AND CASSIA ALATA EXTRACT ON FIELD PERFORMANCE OF NSUKKA YELLOW PEPPER (CAPSICUM ANNUM)

ABSTRACT Field experiment was conducted at the Teaching and Research farm of the Department of Crop Science, University of Nigeria Nsukka to compare the activity of Cassia alata leaf extract with two synthetic chemical fungicides applied as seed treatment on the field performance of Nsukka yellow pepper. Four accessions of Nsukka yellow pepper seeds were treated with Apron plus 50 Ds (34% furathio... Continue Reading »

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EFFECT OF COMPOSTED MUNICIPAL SOLID WASTE AND NPK FERTILIZER ON THE GROWTH AND YIELD OF MAIZE (ZEA MAYS L) IN NSUKKA

ABSTRACT Municipalities are facing a growing problem of how to safely dispose off their wastes. Municipal solid waste (MSW) is waste from households, commercial centres, institutions (school, offices). Composting is used to reduce huge pile of biodegradable MSW and convert it into value added product like manure and biogas. Inorganic fertilizer such as NPK also exerts strong influence on plant gro... Continue Reading »

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GENETIC IMPROVEMENT OF FRUIT QUALITY AND ADAPTATION TRAITS OF EXOTIC TOMATO VARIETIES IN A HUMID TROPICAL ENVIRONMENT

ABSTRACT The experiment was conducted at the Teaching and Research Farm and Laboratory, of the Department of Crop Science, University of Nigeria, Nsukka to: (i) determine the fruit characteristics, agronomic, yield and yield component trait performances of seven tomato varieties; (ii) produce and select genotypes that combine adaptable and qualitative traits of interest; (iii) determine the inheri... Continue Reading »

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EVALUATION OF CASSAVA CULTIVARS AND INTERCROPPING WITH LEGUMES AS AN INTEGRATED NEMATODE PEST CONTROL STRATEGY IN CASSAVA (MANIHOT ESCULENTA CRANTZ) P...

ABSTRACT These studies on evaluation of cassava cultivars and intercropping with legumes as an integrated nematode control strategy in cassava production were carried out as 15 greenhouse/microplot and field experiments. Of the 200 cultivars screened for resistance to Meloidogyne spp., only 76 survived and from this lot only 3 lines 77/227, TMS30572 and 73/222, showed any resistance while 7 others... Continue Reading »

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THE EFFECT OF DIFFERENT ORGANIC MANURE ON CUCUMBER PLANT

ABSTRACT The main objective of this study is to determine the effects of the organic manure on the growth and yield of varieties of cucumber (Cucumis sativus L.). The specific objectives were to: determine the physical and chemical properties of pelleted and unpelleted composted organic materials, determine the effects of pelleted and unpelleted composted organic materials on the growth and yield ... Continue Reading »

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SIMPLE SEQUENCE REPEAT (SSR) GENETIC ANALYSIS OF CASSAVA MOSAIC DISEASE RESISTANCE IN SELECTED F1 POPULATIONS OF CASSAVA

ABSTRACT Cassava mosaic disease caused by begomoviruses is the most widespread disease of cassava in Africa. Simple sequence repeat (SSR) genetic analysis of an F1 population of cassava was carried out to identify new sources of CMD resistance. Genomic DNA extracted from parents and progeny was amplified using polymerase chain reaction (PCR). PCR amplifications were run on polyacrylamide and agaro... Continue Reading »

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