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  • 1. EFFECT OF POULTRY MANURE AND NPK FERTILIZER ON THE GROWTH AND YIELD OF OKRA (Abe...

    » Okra also known as Ladies finger is a flowering plant belonging to the Mallow family, cultivated for its edible green seed pods. The origin of okra is believed to be West Africa, Ethiopia and South Asia, but the crop is cultivated in tropical, sub tropical and warm temperate regions around the world (National Research Council, 2006). Okra leaves and seeds are also edible. The seed when roasted and...Continue Reading »

    85 pages |  51 engagements | 

  • 2. PERCEPTION AND CARE OF THE AGED AMONG THE ADOLESCENTS IN EBONYI STATE: A STUDY O...

    » Aging is both a ‘natural’ and ‘universal’ process; but growing old can be as peaceful as it can be traumatic, especially in a transitional society. The perception of the younger generation towards the aged is a global phenomenon. How the aged are perceived goes a long way in determining how they are treated or cared for. These perceptions are often informed by ideas and the...Continue Reading »

    85 pages |  34 engagements | 

  • 3. INFLUENCE OF PLANTATION AGE ON CHARACTERISTICS OF Gmelina arborea

    » Wood presents a unique challenge in use because of its variability and the directional nature of its basic structure. These are the sources of some of its attractive features but they require also that they be handled and applied in ways appropriate for good end use. The ways in which the structural features of the particular species determine their properties and limit the uses and applications c...Continue Reading »

    85 pages |  37 engagements | 

  • 4. ANALYZED SOME SUITABLE WAYS TO DESIGN SOIL CONSERVATION MEASURES WHICH WILL SOLV...

    » CHAPTER ONE INTRODUCTION 1.1 Background of the Study The term measure in this context means the different techniques, procedure used in solving erosion problem; therefore, soil conservation measure is the technique used in solving problem of soil erosion either by water, wind, flood problem Anthony Y. (1989). Soil erosion by water happens to be the major problem that affect major and minor roads i...Continue Reading »

    61 pages |  52 engagements | 

  • 5. SOIL HYDRO-PHYSICAL PROPERTIES AND PRECIPITATION CONCENTRATION INDEX IN ENHANCIN...

    » CHAPTER ONE 1.0 INTRODUCTION As human populations have grown and living standards have raised, the requirement for agricultural products have increased enormously. More land have been brought under cultivation, including marginal lands that are particularly vulnerable to degradation (Johnson and Douglas, 2007) by such process as Erosion, depletion of organic matter and nutrients, pollution, water ...Continue Reading »

    79 pages |  45 engagements | 

  • 6. INFLUENCE OF FERTILIZATION TYPE AND METHODS OF APPLICATION ON NUTRIENT UPTAKE AN...

    » CHAPTER ONE 1.0. INTRODUCTION Fertilizers are materials of natural or synthetic origin which when applied to soils or to growing plants can promote their growth and yield. They supply one and more nutrients essential to the growth of plants. John L. Halvin et al (2014) in his book “Soil Fertility and Fertilizers” quotes from Shaler (1891), saying: “When we perceive that civilizat...Continue Reading »

    61 pages |  50 engagements | 

  • 7. EFFECTS OF SIMULATED PETROLEUM OIL POLLUTION ON SOIL CHARACTERISTIC AND GROWTH P...

    » CHAPTER ONE INTRODUCTION Pollution of agricultural soils is one of the most prevalent problems associated with the exploration and processing of petroleum hydrocarbon (Ayotamuno et al., 2006). Crude oil often known as “black gold” is a major source of income and support for Nigeria economy, (Eriemo, 2002). The high demand for petroleum products in form of cooking gas, gas oil, engine o...Continue Reading »

    61 pages |  40 engagements | 

  • 8. PHOSPHORUS STATUS OF THREE OF THREE WETLAND TYPES IN AKWA IBOM STATE, SOUTH EAST...

    » CHAPTER ONE INTRODUCTION Wetland soils, otherwise designated hydromorphic soils, may be defined as soils whose properties are influenced by the presence, either seasonally or perennially of standing water within their profiles (Eshett, John, Omueti and Juo 1986),also considered soils, which are water saturated during most of the months (Onyekwere, Akpan Idiok, Amalu, Asawalam and Eze, 2001). Wetla...Continue Reading »

    79 pages |  43 engagements | 

  • 9. EFFECTS OF FERTILIZERS ON SOIL MICROBIAL DIVERSITY, GROWTH AND YIELD OF TWO FORA...

    » TABLE OF CONTENTSTitle page………………………iCertification………………………iiiDedication………………………ivAcknowledgment……………………vTable of contents ………&hellip...Continue Reading »

    53 pages |  74 engagements | 

  • 10. EFFECTS OF FERTILIZERS ON SOIL MICROBIAL DIVERSITY, GROWTH AND YIELD OF TWO PAST...

    » TABLE OF CONTENTSTitle page………………………iCertification………………………iiiDedication………………………ivAcknowledgment……………………vTable of contents ………&hellip...Continue Reading »

    65 pages |  84 engagements | 

  • 11. A CRITICAL STUDY OF ORGANOCLAYS AND BENTONITES

    » Bentonites are clays rich in smectite whose properties such as crystal structure and size, cation exchange capacity (CEC), hydration and swelling, thixotropy, bonding capacity, impermeability, plasticity and tendency to react with organic compounds make them advantageous for a variety of applications. Smectites are 2:1 type of aluminosilicate having crystal lattice that consists of two dimensional...Continue Reading »

    71 pages |  118 engagements | 

  • 12. THE EFFECT OF CRUDE OIL CONTAMINATED SOIL ON THE PHYSICAL AND BIOCHEMICAL PROPE...

    » ABSTRACT The effect of crude oil contaminated soil on physical and biochemical properties of beans (phaseolus vulgaris) was investigated. Fifteen polythene pots with drainage holes at the bottom, each containing 10 kg of surface soil, were randomly placed on a table in the screenhouse in a factorial combination of five treatment levels (0.4%, 0.3%, 0.2%, 0.1% and 0% w/w) of crude oil and were desi...Continue Reading »

    65 pages |  126 engagements | 

  • 13. THE COMPRESSIBILITY PROPERTIES OF SOIL IN MARYLAND AREA, ENUGU STATE

    » CHAPTER ONE INTRODUCTION Maryland is located in Enugu South in Enugu State. The subsoil of this region consists of fine grained soils with a considerable part of soft soil deposit which extends to a considerable depth. When a compressive load is applied to a soil mass, the volume of the soil mass tends to reduce, due to reduction in its voids. This reduction in volume of a soil mass on application...Continue Reading »

    65 pages |  128 engagements | 

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