1. EVALUATION OF PRE- AND POST-EMERGENCE HERBICIDE FOR WEED MANAGEMENT ON YIELD OF EARLY MAIZE VARIETIES IN NORTHERN GUINEA SAVANNAH OF NIGERIA

Author(s): Adamu A.I., Mani, H.A., Shebayan, J.A.Y., Abubakar, I.U., Aisha, S. and Musa L.  |   Page(s): 01

2. ECONOMIC EFFECT OF CLIMATE CHANGE ON RICE PRODUCTION: THE ARDL APPROACH

Author(s):Adeagbo B. A. |   Page(s): 12

3. CAUSES OF FARMERS/PASTORALISTS CRISIS AND FOOD INSECURITY IN SOUTHERN TARABA STATE, NIGERIA

Author(s): Adi, A. Z. and Gidado, A. S.  |   Page(s): 23

4. FARMERS-PASTORALS CONFLICTS AND RURAL FOOD SECURITY SITUATION IN SOUTHERN TARABA STATE NIGERIA.

Author(s): Adi, A. Z. and Gidado, A. S.  |   Page(s): 31

5. A REVIEW OF THE STATUS AND FUTURE PROSPECTS OF APPLICATION OF INDIGENOUS PESTICIDAL PLANTS IN PEST MANAGEMENT IN NIGERIA

Author(s): Akeem Abolade Oyerinde, Shakirat Oloruntoyin Afenifuja-Solebo, Theresa Ebia Omara-achong  |   Page(s): 37

6. ASSESSMENT OF SOME HEAVY METALS IN ROADSIDE SOILS AND VEGETATION ALONG ANYIGBA-LOKOJA HIGH WAY, KOGI STATE, NIGERIA.

Author(s): Audu, A., Okoh, M.O., Idris, A., Akoh, I, P., Amhakhian, S.O., Akande, G.  |   Page(s): 43

7. DISTRIBUTION OF SOME METALLIC MICRONUTRIENTS (COPPER, ZINC, IRON AND MANGANESE) ALONG TWO TOPOSEQUENCES SITUATED IN AN ALFISOL IN ABUJA, SOUTHERN GUINEA SAVANNA ZONE OF NIGERIA

Author(s): Barnabas, I.M., Wapa, J.M. and Olowookere, B.T.  |   Page(s): 53

8. INTERACTION OF PLANT VIRUSES IN MIXED INFECTION: A REVIEW

Author(s): B. Muhammad, M.D. Alegbejo., A. Abdullahi., H. Badamasi., M.A. Ubale., A. Kabir., I. Yakubu and B.D. Abdul-Hadi  |   Page(s): 62

9. ASSESSMENT OF SMALL-SCALE RICE FARMERS UTILIZATION OF AGRICULTURAL CREDIT GUARANTEE SCHEME FUND IN DUTSE LOCAL GOVERNMENT.

Author(s): Ehien A.E., Makinta U., Bello O.G., Martins O.O., Abdullahi M. M., and Usman I.  |   Page(s): 68

10. LARVICIDAL EFFECTS OF THE CRUDE ETHANOL EXTRACT AND FRACTIONS OF LAGGERA AURITA(D.C) SCH.BIP AGAINST ANOPHELES GAMBIAE

Author(s): Dantanko, F., Malann, Y. D., Ameh, U. C., Oyerinde, A. A. and Gywa, G. D.  |   Page(s): 79

11. HAZARD ANALYSIS AND CRITICAL CONTROL POINT ON THE MICROBIOLOGICAL STATUS OF SOME COMMERCIAL FISH SPECIES SMOKED AT VARIOUS LOCATIONS AROUND SHIRORO LAKE, NIGERIA

Author(s): Gana E. S, Oyero J.O, Sadiku S.O.E, and Kolo R. J.  |   Page(s): 89

12. PERFORMANCE OF GARDEN CRESS (Lepidium sativum. L) ACCESSIONS AS INFLUENCED BY NITROGEN FERTILIZER RATES IN NORTHERN GUINEA SAVANNA OF NIGERIA.

Author(s): D. M. Jibrin, A.Namakka, M. Haruna and D.A.,Ibrahim.  |   Page(s): 102

13. EFFICACY OF MANCOZEB AND CARBENDAZIM IN THE MANAGEMENT OF LATE LEAF SPOT ON GROUNDNUT (ARACHIS HYPOGAEA L.) IN THE NIGERIAN SAVANNA

Author(s): Kabir, A., Alabi, O., Alao, S. E. L., Zarafi, A. B. and Yakubu, I.  |   Page(s): 106

14. EVALUATION OF FARMERS' LEVEL OF KNOWLEDGE AND ADOPTION LEVELS OF IMPROVED ONION PRODUCTION PRACTICES IN IGABI LOCAL GOVERNMENT AREA OF KADUNA STATE, NIGERIA

Author(s): S. W. J. Lyocks, J. S. Lyocks, G. A. Fumen, and D. T. Asonibare  |   Page(s): 114

15. EFFECT OF FERTILIZER APPLICATION AND METHODS ON THE PERFORMANCE OF RICE (FARO 57) IN DELTA MANGROVE WETLAND

Author(s): Onutugoma, E., Shema, A.M., Manasseh, E.A., Okevhe, G.E. and Mumeen, M.C.  |   Page(s): 126

16. ANALYSIS OF COST AND RETURNS AND COST- EFFECTIVENESS OF CLIMATE CHANGE ADAPTATION STRATEGIES AMONG CROP FARMERS IN BORNO STATE, NIGERIA

Author(s): Mohammed, D. and Shettima, B. G  |   Page(s): 134

17. INFLUENCE OF WEATHER FACTORS ON THE POPULATIONS OF DYSDERCUS VOLKERI F. (Hemiptera: PYRRHOCORIDAE) ON COTTON VARIETIES IN ZARIA, KADUNA STATE

Author(s): Musa, N., Onu, I., Bamaiyi, L. J.,Adamu, R. S., and Magaji, B. T  |   Page(s): 143

18. TECHNICAL AND RESOURCE USE EFFICIENCY OF YAM PRODUCTION IN SOUTHERN TARABA STATE, NIGERIA.

Author(s): Noseh Gambo Daniel, Monisola O. Akintunde, DanjiMagaji Bitrus and Danjuma Samaila  |   Page(s): 150

19. EVALUATION OF PURITY AND PERFORMANCE OF RICE SEEDS FROM SOME SELECTED SEED COMPANIES IN THE NORTH-WESTERN NIGERIA, USING THE GROW-OUT-TEST (GOT)

Author(s): Ojo P. O., IshiakO. K., Manasseh E. A., Zidafamor E. J. and Ubandoma H. M.  |   Page(s): 158

20. INDUSTRIAL ESTATE, SOUTHWEST NIGERIAASSESSMENT OF SOME SELECTED HEAVY METALS POLLUTION IN DRINKING WATER SOURCES OF AGBARA

Author(s): Okoh, M.O., Audu, A., Onuma, S. A., Akande, G., Amhakhian, S.O. Malgwi, O. D.  |   Page(s): 168

21. THE EFFICACY OF NEEM, AZADIRACHTA INDICA SEED OIL EXTRACT IN THE CONTROL OF AULACOPHORA SPECIES (COLEOPTERA: CHRYSOMELIDAE) ON CORCHORUS OLITORIUS L.

Author(s): Aderolu Ismaila Adeniran, Oyerinde Akeem Abolade and Okubor Elisha Ogheneminei  |   Page(s): 172

22. FACTORS INFLUENCING THE SAVINGS AND INVESTMENTS OF POTATO (Solanum tuberosum) FARMERS IN MANGU AND BOKKOS LGAs OF PLATEAU STATE, NIERIA

Author(s): Samson, D., Murtala, N., and Haruna, U.  |   Page(s): 186

23. HOST PREFERENCE OF FLEA BEETLES ON THREE MALVACEAN CROPS IN ADAMAWA STATE, NIGERIA

Author(s): Shehu, M., Malgwi, A. M., Aderolu, I. A. and Santuraki A. A.  |   Page(s): 195

24. FARMERS' PERCEPTION OF IMPACT OF BOKO HARAM INSURGENCY ON RICE CULTIVATION IN JERE BOWL, JERE LOCAL GOVERNMENT AREA, BORNO STATE, NIGERIA

Author(s): Sheriff, U.L Jimme, M.A. and Mohammed, D.  |   Page(s): 205

25. THE ROLE OF WOMEN IN AGRICULTURE (WIA) IN AGRICULTURAL AND FOOD PRODUCTIONTECHNOLOGY AMONG WOMEN'S IN KADUNA STATE, NIGERIA

Author(s): Suleiman, R., Yusuf, H.O., Taiwo, A. and Awotodunbo, A. A.  |   Page(s): 216

26. GROWTH CHARACTERS AND PADDY YIELD OF UPLAND RICE (ORYZA SATIVA L.) AS INFLUENCED BY WEED MANAGEMENT STRATEGIES, SOURCE AND RATE OF BIOCHAR IN NORTHERN GUINEA SAVANNA

Author(s): Tabat, Y. K., Ishaya, D. B., Kura, H.N. and Amapu, I.Y.  |   Page(s): 226

27. PROFITABILITY OF PROCESSING OF BAOBAB FRUIT INTO JUICE AMONG WOMEN IN DABENSEME COMMUNITY OF ZURU LOCAL GOVERNMENT AREA IN KEBBI STATE, NIGERIA

Author(s): Zachariah, T., Shuaibu, H. and Ahmed, G. A.  |   Page(s): 235

28. EFFECTS OF SOME PLANTATION CROPS ON MICRO-BIOLOGICAL PROPERTIES OF SOILS IN AKWA IBOM STATE, SOUTHEASTERN NIGERIA

Author(s): Aberagi, F. V., Atoyebi, B., Olim, D. M. and Afangide, A. I.  |   Page(s): 242