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Pierre Wotchoko, Primus Azinwi Tamfuh, Margaret Awah Tita, Alice Magha, Glory Anonchuh Wonyi, Fritz Oben Tabi, Dieudonné Bitom

Article ID: 2582
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Abstract: This paper studies the effect of basalt and tephra dusts, as alternatives to chemical fertilizers, on soil fertility and Radish ( Raphanus sativus ) production. The experiment was conducted in the field and in the laboratory in the years 2017 and 2018 on two separate plots so as to annul residual effects of fertilizers). The experimental design in ...
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Mazurkin Peter Matveevich

Article ID: 2489
Views - 379  (Abstract) PDF - 56  (Download)
Abstract: Factor analysis of annual dynamics from 1879 to 2017 was carried out by the method of identification of stable regularities: maximum, minimum and average air temperature of Central England according to HadCET. The sample capacity was 139 rows. In factor analysis, time is excluded, and it acts only as a system-forming factor that ensures th...
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Yang Yue, Haomiao Niu, Jiao Liu

Article ID: 2924
Views - 381  (Abstract) PDF - 59  (Download)
Abstract: Given the threat of Vespa mandarinia invasion to ecological balance, according to the data and information provided, the dynamic reproduction model of Vespa mandarinia is established by using natural domain interpolation, and the variation law of total bumblebee with time, latitude, and longitude is obtained. At the same time, we established the classific...
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Tafesse Hawera, Belay Tefera, Omprakash Sahu

Article ID: 3115
Views - 567  (Abstract) PDF - 76  (Download)
Abstract: Cultivation of cut flowers is a new agricultural sector in Ethiopia, which currently generates a high amount of income for the country's developments. Despite its significant contribution to economic developments; many issues were raised from communities and environmentalists concerning its environmental performance. Based on this issue the study assesses...
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N. S. Abeysingha, S. P. Dissanayake, S. Sumanaweera, S. S. K. De Silva

Article ID: 3277
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Abstract: Tank cascade system (TCS) is a series of tanks located in a mesocatchment and has been accepted as a Globally Important Agricultural Heritage System found in Sri Lanka. Ecosystem components of the TCS play a major role in purifying water within the system. This study attempted to investigate the water quality status and the farmers’ willingness to rehabil...
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Review

Moses Oghenenyoreme Eyankware, Bassey Edem Ephraim

Article ID: 2900
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Abstract:This research presents a review on water resources in Delta state, southern part of Nigeria, with emphasis on hydrogeochemical and microbial assessment. It evaluates factors responsible for water contamination, and their resulting health challenges within the study area. To achieve the objective of this study, related articles were downloaded from Google, pu...
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