World Journal of Agriculture and Soil Science

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EISSN : 2641-6379
Current Publisher: Iris Publishers (10.33552)
Total articles ≅ 81
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Beck Arebamen Akhiwu
World Journal of Agriculture and Soil Science, Volume 5, pp 1-4; doi:10.33552/wjass.2020.05.000618

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Callosobruchus maculatus, commonly known as Bean weevil, is an agricultural insect pest of both field and storage crop in Africa, Asia and most parts of the world. They cause serious economic damage to cowpea seed and other leguminous crops throughout the tropical and subtropical world. Understanding the biology of C. maculatus is very important in the control of this insect pest. The aim of the study was to investigate the effects of feeding, mating, and aging on the fecundity and lifespan of the insect. C.
Beck Arebamen Akhiwu
World Journal of Agriculture and Soil Science, Volume 5, pp 1-3; doi:10.33552/wjass.2020.05.000617

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This review is aimed at reawakening entomologists and researchers in exploring numerous beneficial potentials in termites rather than just focusing on the destructive nature of termites. Termites are one of the most hated insects in the world because of their destructive nature. Several heavy inorganic chemicals, such as organochlorine (cyclodiene) insecticides, have been developed for termites control. This review indicates some of the benefits, such as medicinal, food, intellectual, spiritual and beautiful scenery architectural works of termites. This review shows that termites could be rear for positive economic values. The economic importance of termites is not yet well explored.
World Journal of Agriculture and Soil Science; doi:10.33552/wjass

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World Journal of Agriculture and Soil Science (WJAS)) is a peer reviewed journal that publishes novel research papers regarding agriculture & soil science history to recent developments. This journal consists of many topics like Salinity management of cultivated areas, irrigation, drainage, role of groundwater and surface water in nutrient cycling, desertification, soil ecology and its wide range of applications and many more topics it covers.
Esmaeil Fallahi
World Journal of Agriculture and Soil Science, Volume 4, pp 1-3; doi:10.33552/wjass.2020.04.000598

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Agriculture is recognised as an essential engine for inclusive growth and poverty reduction in developing countries. However, the quantity and quality of available data and indicators in these countries is still insufficient to properly inform policy, due to decades of under-investment in data collection. The much-needed renewal process will require a protracted effort by both individual countries and multilateral agencies.
Joseph Xorse Kugbe, Wuni Mawiya, Alhassan Mohammed Hafiz, Charles Maganoba
World Journal of Agriculture and Soil Science, Volume 4, pp 1-4; doi:10.33552/wjass.2019.04.000577

R Gonzalez Ruiz
World Journal of Agriculture and Soil Science, Volume 4, pp 1-5; doi:10.33552/wjass.2019.04.000576

Ayodele A Otaiku, Mmom Pc, Ano Ao
World Journal of Agriculture and Soil Science, Volume 3, pp 1-15; doi:10.33552/wjass.2019.03.000575

Joseph Xorse Kugbe, Ayamba Michael Mbawuni, Agyiri Wisdom
World Journal of Agriculture and Soil Science, Volume 3, pp 1-10; doi:10.33552/wjass.2019.03.000574

Leonard Sonnenschein, Kenneth F. Masuki, Osia Odula, Etyang Tiberious Brian
World Journal of Agriculture and Soil Science, Volume 3, pp 1-4; doi:10.33552/wjass.2019.03.000573

Ebtsam M El Kady, Mohsen S Asker, Mamal G Mahmoud
World Journal of Agriculture and Soil Science, Volume 3, pp 1-22; doi:10.33552/wjass.2019.03.000572

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