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Agro-Science, the journal of the Faculty of Agriculture of the University of Nigeria, was borne out of the need for a forum and technical mouthpiece for the communication and extension of scientific and agricultural research in Africa Agro-Science is an international journal of high technical/intellectual quality, published three times per year (January, May and September). It is tropical in scope and has the following areas of focus: Crop Science: Animal Science; Animal Health; Soil and Environment, Agricultural Economics, Agricultural Extension, Home Economics, Food and Nutrition; Post Harvest Technology; Agricultural Engineering and Mechanization.

Other websites related to this journal: http://www.agrosciencejournal.com/


Vol 16, No 1 (2017)

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Articles

Length-weight relationship and condition factor of Clarias gariepinus and Oreochromis niloticus of Wudil river, Kano, Nigeria EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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B.U. Getso, J.M. Abdullahi, I.A. Yola 1-4
Modelling relationship between rainfall variability and millet (Pennisetum americanum L.) and sorghum (Sorghum bicolor L. Moench.) yields in the Sudan savanna ecological zone of Nigeria EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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S. Haruna, R. Tasi’u Yalwa 5-10
Influence of breed type and age on spermatological traits of Nigerian local chickens EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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G.O. Adeoye, V.U. Oleforuh-Okoleh, U.M. Chukwuemeka 11-16
The performance and profitability of sweet potato (Ipomoea batatas L.) as influenced by propagule length and application rates of cattle dung in humid ultisols EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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K.E. Law-Ogbomo, A.U. Osaigbovo 17-25
Chemical composition and sensory acceptability of partially gelatinised pasta produced from blends of wheat, bambara nut and cassava flours EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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S. James, L. Nwokocha, Y. James, R.A. Abdulsalam, S.J. Amuga, I.B. Ibrahim, C.M. Yakubu 26-30
Maize cob losses and their effects on the poverty status of maize farmers in Edo state, Nigeria EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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O.T. Okoror, J. Ahmadu 31-35
Implications of decision making process on agricultural employees’ turnover in institute of agricultural research and training Ibadan, Oyo state, Nigeria EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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B.G. Abiona, S.O. Adeogun, P.O. Oladipupo 36-41
Assessment of pests control methods and its perceived effect on agricultural production among farmers in Kwara state, Nigeria EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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O.A. Alalade, B.M. Matanmi, I.J. Olaoye, B.J. Adegoke, T.R. Olaitan 42-47


ISSN: 1119-7455
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