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Productivity, water- and nitrogen-use efficiency, and profitability of pearl millet (Pennisetum glaucum) under different nitrogen applications in semiarid region of Nigeria (2020-08-27)An experiment was conducted to examine the performance of pearl millet under different nitrogen (N) fertilizer rates in two locations in the semiarid zone of Nigeria. The objective was to evaluate the effects of different ...
The effect of traditional and improved solar drying methods on the sensory quality and nutritional composition of fruits: a case of mangoes and pineapples (2020-06)Background This study investigated the effect of traditional and improved solar drying methods on the sensory quality and nutritional composition of the dried fruit products; using mangoes and pineapples, as a case study. ...
(2020-12)Enhancing agrobiodiversity offers a suite of functions key to the sustainability of low input agroecosystems. The pairing of shade trees in pan-tropical tree-crop systems represents one of the most common and widespread ...
(2020-09)This Editorial to the Special Issue “Science of Scaling: connecting the pathways of agricultural research and development for improved food, income and nutrition security” presents the framing, overview and analysis of 10 ...
Bioactivity of essential oils of Cymbopogon citratus (DC) Stapf and Cymbopogon nardus (L.) W. Watson from Benin against Dinoderus porcellus Lesne (Coleoptera: Bostrichidae) infesting yam chips (2020-08-18)Dinoderus porcellus L. (Coleoptera: Bostrichidae) is a most abundant and damageable pest of stored yam chips in West Africa. In view of the negative effects related to the use of synthetic chemical insecticide, it is ...