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Online Science Publishing (OSP) is a platform for peer-reviewed and scientific open-access journals. The Journals published by OSP are fully open access: research articles, reviews or any other content on this platform is available to everyone free of charge. To be able to provide open access journals, we finance publication though article processing charges (APC); these are usually covered by the authors’ institutes or research funding bodies.

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The yield performance of sweetpotato is highly influenced by the effect of genotype by environment interaction (G x E) and stability analysis is required before variety release. The objectives of the study were to estimate the magnitude of G x E interactions, to select high yielding and stable elite sweetpotato clones, and to identify the most discriminating and representative test environment ...

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Impacts of screen net on water consumption and physiological status of navel orange, Citrus Sinensis, was studied, in order to assess the economic benefits of shaded navel orange trees, reach water use efficiency and gain highest yield quality and quantity. A single span greenhouse was covered by screen net (25% initial shading) as compared to open field. Three irrigation levels (60, 80 and 10 ...

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Ethiopia is the largest producer of Faba bean in world next to China. Faba bean is valuable as the cheap source of protein in most Ethiopian diet. However, the productivity remains far below the crops potential. Disease is the major treat to production in Ethiopia. Survey was conducted in Sidama and Gedeo zone highlands of Ethiopia during the 2016 cropping season to determine the prevalence, i ...

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Maize is the main staple food and the dominant cereal in low moisture stress areas of Boricha and Loka Abaya districts of southern Ethiopia. The objective of this study was to test the adaptability and suitability of improved maize varieties under conservation agriculture (CA) and conventional farming practice (CP) and to recommend for further use by farmers. Seven improved maize varieties of ...

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This study investigated some qualities of briquettes produced from the leaves of Terminalia mentalis and sawdust of Daniela oliveri as alternative to the conventional fuelwood resources used for domestic cooking. The leaves of Terminalia mentalis and sawdust of Daniela oliveri was collected and sundried to equilibrium moisture content. The samples were sieved into uniform fractions and used to ...

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Composite biomass materials from Daniela oliveri, Gmelina arborea and Bambara nut shells were used to produce briquettes in binary combination of Daniela oliveri with bambara nut shells and Gmelina arborea with bambara nut shells in a ratio of 1:1. Bambara nut shells were first ground into fine particles and sundried for 7 days, cassava starch was used as binder in the proportion of 25% starch ...

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Fermented yam flour called ‘elubo’ among ‘Yorubas’ is a product from yam tubers and is one of the most staple foods in West African countries which provide a good source of carbohydrate for people. Knowledge of the anti-nutritional factors and the physicochemical properties of this flour would reduce the detrimental effects on human health and provide information on their end use quality, ther ...

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The study examines the quality of water and suitability of River Ethiope for fish survival in Southern Nigeria. It is an empirical research work that involved field collection of water samples from six sampled sites along the course of River Ethiope and laboratory analysis of the water samples collected. The results showed that variation exists in the physico-chemical and biological parameters ...

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A study was conducted in three land use systems (Theobroma cacao, Gmelina arborea and secondary forest) in Umuahia North of Abia State of Nigeria to determine the contribution of the land use to the soil physicochemical properties. Three profile pits per land use type were dig and used to study the soil physical and chemical properties. Results of the soil analysis were statistically analyzed ...

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The quality characteristics of oil extracted from raw and cooked (boiled, smoked and fried) Atlantic mackerel (Scomber scombrus) were evaluated, in an effort to study the relationship between cooking method and wholesomeness of mackerel oil. Free fatty acid (FFA), a measure of hydrolytic breakdown, ranged from 2.5-2.7% for cooked mackerel versus 2.5% for the uncooked (control); Peroxide value ...

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