Vol 2, No 2 (2021)

Table of Contents

Research Article

Julius Emeka Omeje, Anthonia Ifeyinwa Achike, Attahiru Mohammed Sule, Chukwuemeka John Arene

Article ID: 353
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Abstract: The existing power differences among men, women and youths in aquaculture pre-empted the study on gender roles and economic differentials in aquaculture of Kainji Lake Basin, Nigeria. Specifically, the study assessed sources of production resources, gender roles, cost and returns and existing gen...
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S. E. Onu, L. O. Obinna, Ufomba V. U

Article ID: 382
Views - 90  (Abstract) PDF - 73  (Download)
Abstract:The study provided an empirical evidence on the use of improved goat production technologies among rural farmers in Abia State, Nigeria. The specific objectives of the study were to describe the socioeconomic characteristics of the respondent, ascertain the extent of use of improved goat production ...
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S. E. Onu, C. I. Ugboaja

Article ID: 383
Views - 76  (Abstract) PDF - 68  (Download)
Abstract:The study adopted survey design to determine the entrepreneurial skills for empowering women in cocoyam production in Abia and Imo States of Nigeria. Objectives of the study were to determine the entrepreneurship skills available that are utilized for empowering women in cocoyam production and deter...
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Segun-Alalade A.F., Ibitoye O.M., Alalade O. A., Adesina B.S., Elisha-Nissi D.O.

Article ID: 384
Views - 130  (Abstract) PDF - 67  (Download)
Abstract:The study examined the sustainability of youth empowerment scheme using ARMTI as a case study. A three-stage sampling technique was adopted in the selection of 112 respondents for the study using structured questionnaire. Descriptive statistics was used to analyse data. The result of the findings sh...
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Wanhua Ding

Article ID: 385
Views - 69  (Abstract) PDF - 68  (Download)
Abstract:Based on conventional fertilization, the effects of different amounts of polymerized alkaline conditioning fertilizer on the prevention and control of pepper disease were studied. The results of the experiment showed that the application of alkaline conditioning fertilizer to peppers had a remarkabl...
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Review Article

Daoren Tuya, Wang Qi, Mei Ruhong

Article ID: 386
Views - 74  (Abstract) PDF - 82  (Download)
Abstract:Soil deterioration is caused by biological, physical and chemical factors and can not be attributed to chemical fertilizers. Based on the concept of soil health, we use biological, physical and chemical measures to regulate ecological balance and achieve the remediation goal. Soil is a small univers...
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