Marketing Agricultural Product Of Rice In Ebonyi State

Marketing Agricultural Product Of Rice In Ebonyi State

MARKETING AGRICULTURAL PRODUCT OF RICE IN EBONYI STATE


Sometime in the past, long before oil rigs, pipe lines and refineries become part of the country‚Äôs physical and economic land scope, Nigeria fed its over 120 million population from its agricultural output. [Read more…]

Rice Produce Within The Rice Producing Area, Onueke, Ebonyi State, Nigeria

Rice Produce Within The Rice Producing Area, Onueke, Ebonyi State, Nigeria

Rice Produce Within The Rice Producing Area, Onueke, Ebonyi State, Nigeria


Rice (Oryza sativa) is one of the leading food crops of the world, it is a cereal crop for human consumption and is a staple food of over approximately one-half of the world population (Cantral and Reeves, 2002, Davidson et al., 1979). [Read more…]

Rice – Effect Of Organic And Inorganic Fertilizer On Growth, Rice Varieties

Rice – Effect Of Organic And Inorganic Fertilizer On The Growth And Yield Of Three Lowland Rice Varieties

Rice – Effect Of Organic And Inorganic Fertilizer On The Growth And Yield Of Three Lowland Rice Varieties


Rice (Oryza sativa .L.) belongs to the grass family Poaceae, genus Oryza and tribe Oryzaea. It has many species that are distributed all over the world. [Read more…]

Abattoir Effluent – Effect On The Physiochemical Properties Of Iyiokwu River In Abakaliki

Abattoir Effluent – Effect On The Physiochemical Properties Of Iyiokwu River In Abakaliki

Abattoir Effluent – Effect On The Physiochemical Properties Of Iyiokwu River In Abakaliki

Environmental problems have increased in geometric proportion over the last three decades with improper management practices being largely responsible for the gross pollution of the aquatic environment with concomitant increase in water borne disease especially typhoid, diarrhea, and dysentery. Abattoirs are generally known all over the world to pollute the environment either directly or indirectly from their various processes. [Read more…]

Top And Subsoil Productivity Of Forestland Municipal Waste Dumpsite Of Abakaliki, Nigeria

Top And Subsoil Productivity Of Forestland Municipal Waste Dumpsite Of Abakaliki, Southeast Nigeria

Top And Subsoil Productivity Of Forestland Municipal Waste Dumpsite Of Abakaliki, Southeast Nigeria

A major reason for the high rate of soil degradation on most tropical soil is the reduction in their organic matter content following intensive mechanized agriculture, thus resulting to low soil productivity. [Read more…]