Vol 3, No 2 (2021)

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Sakadzo Nyasha, Nhara Rumbidzai Blessing, Kugedera Andrew Tapiwa, Musara Ashel, Makuvara Zakio

Abstract: African Indigenous Vegetables are assert to cope with climate variability beside their great potential as both food and medicine in Zimbabwe. They can be easily grown in drought prone areas with low rainfall as they are resistant to adverse environmental factors. Inimitable opportunities are offe...
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Chamunorwa Silas, Sakadzo Nyasha, Kugedera Andrew Tapiwa

Abstract: The objective of the study was to explore the constraints and opportunities for small-holder sorghum farmers in dry regions.Two hundred and fifty farmers were sampled by using the simple random and snowball sampling to provide the information that answered the research questions. Questionnaire an...
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Marchiori, C H.

Abstract: Its ecological processes evolved from the eocene, when the continents were already relatively willing as they are today . Currently, the Atlantic Forest has only 7%. of its original area   Parasitoids are organisms that cause the death of their hosts to complete the...
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Ogalo Baka Oluoch, Esther Mwende Muindi, Elisha Otieno Gogo

Abstract: Salinity is a major biotic factor that negatively affects growth and yield of crops. Over 90% of the coastal region of Kenya is arid and semi-arid, most farmers in the region use borehole irrigation water which is saline. Amaranthus spp. is one of the main vegetables grown in coas...
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Carlos Henrique Marchiori

Abstract: The purpose of the paper is to report the species of dipteran parasitoids in poultry feces on farms, buffalo, and cattle in the field in Brazil. The experiments were carried out from April 2006 to December 2007. The pupae were obtained by the flotation method. They were individually placed in gel...
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Abdela Edao, Abdurahman Meribo

Abstract: A cross-sectional study was conducted to determine the major causes of calf morbidity and mortality in smallholder dairy farms and associated potential risk factors in Shashemene. A total of 187 calves from 46 farms were included in the present study. The overall crude morbidity and crude mortali...
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Review

Jingjing Tao

Abstract: This paper presents an analysis of the future of insect eating in two dimensions: the barriers of making insect eating popular and possible pathways to make entomophagy a common diet. Firstly, the brief introduction is stated to make a clear statement of normalizing insect eating, discuss the top...
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Angam Raleng, Ngangkham Joykumar Singh

Abstract: Micro Food processing industry is gaining its momentum in the recent years in Northeast India and particularly in Manipur. This sector plays a vital role in connecting the bridge between the agricultural produce and the entrepreneurship development. The region bestows by the abun...
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Shujuan Li, Guoqin Huang

Abstract: Farmland weeds are an important part of farmland ecosystems. Research on farmland weeds is one of the major research fields in agricultural ecology. It is of great significance for achieving high yield, high quality and high efficiency in agriculture. In recent years, research on farmland weeds h...
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