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Performance of Roselle (Hibiscus sabdariffa L) as Influenced by Irrigation Schedules
F.E. Babatunde,A.L.E. Mofoke
Pakistan Journal of Nutrition , 2006,
Abstract: Global outcry for food security necessitates both rain fed and irrigation farming to boost up world food production. This research therefore explored the possibility of growing roselle (Hibiscus sabdarriffa. L) under irrigation. The experimental treatments comprised five irrigation schedules with irrigation intervals (f) of 3, 5, 7, 9, and 11 days. The corresponding gross water requirements (GWR) were 37, 56, 74, 93, and 112mm. The crops were grown under check basin irrigation during the 2001/2002 and 2002/2003 irrigation seasons in Bauchi state, Nigeria. Results showed that difference in number of leaves per plant was significant (p = 0.05) with the fifth irrigation schedule (f = 11 days, GWR = 112mm) giving the highest value of 347 leaves per plant, while the first irrigation schedule (f = 3 days, GWR = 37mm) resulted in only 192 leaves per plant. Variations in plant height, number of branches per plant and canopy diameter were insignificant (p = 0.05). The influence of irrigation schedule on the yield of roselle measured with respect to fresh calyx weight was highly significant with a strong coefficient of determination of 97.1%. Yield soared with increase in seasonal irrigation depth. The increase followed a second degree polynomial, reaching a projected maximum of about 682 Kg/ha. The associated maximum seasonal application depth was found to be approximately 3389 mm. Results of this study indicate that maximum yield of roselle grown under irrigation could be attained with a weekly irrigation interval and a gross application depth of 188 mm.
Performance of Sweet Potato and Soybeans as Affected by Cropping Sequence in the Northern Guinea Savanna of Nigeria
F.E. Babatunde,I.J. Dantata,O.J. Olawuyi
Journal of Agronomy , 2012,
Abstract: A field experiment was conducted to study the performance of sweet potato and soybeans under different cropping sequences during the raining seasons of 2007, 2008 and 2009 in Bauchi, Nigeria. The cropping sequences consisted of sweet potato transplanted 1 week after soybeans (+1), sweet potato transplanted 2 weeks after soybeans (+2), sweet potato + soybeans planted simultaneously (0), sweet potato transplanted 1 week before soybeans (-1), sweet potato transplanted 2 weeks before soybeans (-2), Sole sweet potato (Ssp) and Sole soybeans (Ssb). These were arranged in randomized complete block design with four replications. Percent production of tubers and pods as well as tuber and grain yields of component crops were significantly increased (p = 0.05) by the cropping treatments in all the three seasons of this study. However, same parameters do not statistically differ from one treatment to another in each season, except in percent tuber production with sole sweet potato in both 2008 and 2009 as well as in tuber yield with sole sweet potato in 2009. Therefore, component crops can be sole-grown or adopt sweet potato transplanted a week or 2 before soybeans-sequence for better tuber and grain yields.
The Components of Stress on an Internally Pressurized Hollow Circular Cylinder of the Blatz-Ko Material
F.E. Nzerem
Research Journal of Applied Sciences , 2012,
Abstract: The problem of determining explicit formulas for a hollow cylinder under uniform internal pressure is the thrust of this study. The cylinder under consideration is made of the Blatz-Ko material . In obtaining the required results, the radial displacement of the cylinder is sought by means of (an approximate) series solution of an emerging boundary-value problem.
Public Relations and Administration in Nigeria: A Case Study of the Activities of Public Relations Officer in Isuikwuato Local Government Area, Abia State
F.E. Arong
Management Science and Engineering , 2010,
Abstract: In the domain of Public Administration, the activities of the Public Relations Officer in a Local Government Area are those of delegated administration. The Executive Chairman of the Local Government Area Council is the main administrator.Like in other Local Government Areas in Nigeria, Public Relations in its modern perspective is a novelty. One may rightly assert that all over the country, there is an acute dearth of trained Local Government Area Public Relations Officers. Until now, some basic Public Relations activities which include; Advice and Counsel, Relations with the Public, Special Events and Media Relations in Isuikwuato and other Local Government Area in Nigeria are undertaken by untrained or unqualified Public Relations Officers.Keywords: Nigeria; Public Relations Officer; Activities; Administration; Isuikwuato; Abia State
Werkzaamheden op topografisch en kadastraal gebied in Suriname van 1911-1920
F.E. Spirlet
Nieuwe West-Indische Gids , 1923,
Werkzaamheden op topgrafisch en kadastraal gebied in Suriname van 1911-1920.
F.E. Spirlet
Nieuwe West-Indische Gids , 1923,
J. de Launay, J. Offergeld, Belgen en bezetters. Het dagelijkse leven tijdens de bezetting 1940-1945
P. Louyet, Belgi in de tweede wereldoorlog, IV, Het verzet
J. Gérard, Chronique de la Régence, 1944-1950

F.E. Stevens
BMGN : Low Countries Historical Review , 1987,
De Nederlandsche bovenwindseilanden in het midden der 17de eeuw
F.E. Bn. Mulert
Nieuwe West-Indische Gids , 1919,
Eene Episode uit den indianen-oorlog in Suriname in den Zeeuwschen tijd
F.E. Baron Mulert
Nieuwe West-Indische Gids , 1919,
物理 , 1986,
Abstract: ?美国电机和电子工程学会下设的磁学会前任主席、美国通用电气公司lu-borsky博士,应邀在1985年5月西安举行的第四届全国非晶态物理讨论会上作了“磁光记录—信息记录的下次革命”的报告.下面是他报告的主要内容.
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