Archive | April 2019

Response of cassava ( Manihot esculenta CRANTZ) Varieties to dry season planting in port harcourt, Rivers state, Nigeria | IJAAR

IJAAR Cassava-varieties 30,04,2019By: Orluchukwu Joseph Amadi

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The trial on responses of cassava varieties to dry season cropping in Port Harcourt, Rivers State was conducted at the Teaching and Research farm of the University of Port Harcourt, Rivers State of Nigeria. The aim of the research was to determine the best cassava variety that can withstand drought and perform better in the dry season within the area. A complete randomized block design with three replicates on each planting date was adopted. Continue reading

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Taxonomic and ecologic studies of spiders from the citrus and guava fruit gardens of district Faisalabad, Pakistan | JBES

JBES Spiders 29,04,2019By: Ayesha Nawaz

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Spiders were collected from citrus and guava gardens from four tehsils of Faisalabad viz., Samundri, Jaranwala, Tandlianwala and Faisalabad, Pakistan. Pitfall trapping method was used to collect spiders specimens from September 2010 to June 2011. Continue reading

Participatory tomato (Lycopersicum esculentum Mill) variety evaluation and selection for yield and quality in Wolaita Zone, Southern Ethiopia | IJAAR

IJAAR, Tomato 29,04,2019By: Shumbulo Abrham

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The experiment was conducted under field conditions at Humbo, Wolaita zone in 2015 to 2016 using 10 tomato varieties with the objectives to identify and select the best performing tomato varieties in terms of yield, quality and to promote tomato production technologies and productivity using RCBD with three replications. Combined ANOVA revealed that there was statistically significant difference among varieties in all traits recorded. Continue reading

Practice of home gardens (HG) in the suburban area between Cotonou and Ouidah in southern Benin | JBES

JBES Home garden 28,04,2019By: Adjahossou Baï Sêdami

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In the suburban area between the cities of Cotonou and Ouidah in Benin, home gardens are sources of food crops and fruit products for families. They also include medicinal plants that form the vital core of the remedies available in the household and ornamental plants. The samply survey deals with 46 homegardens and 31 are selected for the study. Continue reading

Nutritional content of certain indigenous vegetables for food insecurity and malnutrition reduction in Kiambu County, Kenya | IJAAR

IJAAR Indigenous vegetables 28,04,2019By: Constantin Dushimimana

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Indigenous vegetables are important for food insecurity, malnutrition reduction and therapeutic in sub-Saharan Africa countries. Most of indigenous vegetables are tolerant to climate change variability than exotic vegetables. In most of developing countries, indigenous vegetables are underutilized or neglected where some nutritional content are known and others are unknown. Leaves are the most preferred parts of indigenous vegetables for consumption. Continue reading