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GillDEON BASIC PATTERN DRAFfiNG

By Naerls

Providing the family with adequate and good clothing is a very impottanlaspectoffamily living and management. This responsibility is on the homemaker, who is often handicapped in the knowledge of how to sew.

Published: 07/07/2001

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GUIDE ON BASIC PATTERN DRAFTING

By Hadiza Dikko

Providing the family with adequate and good clothing is a
very important aspect of family living and management. This responsibility is on the homemaker, who is often handicapped in the knowledge of how to sew.

Published: 06/07/2001

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GUIDE ON BASIC PATTERN DRAFTING

By Naerls

Providing the family with adequate and good clothing is a
very important aspect of family living and management.
This responsibility is on the homemaker. who is often
handicapped in the knowledge of how to sew. As a result,
she has to send the family 's clothes to a tailor or dressmaker to sew.

Published: 06/09/2001

Size: 1.50MB

GUIDE ON BASIC DRAFTING

By Naerls

Providing the family with adequate and good clothing is a
very important aspect of family living and management.
This responsibility is on the homemaker, who is often
handicapped in the knowledge ofhow to sew. As aresult,
she has to send the family's clothes to a tailor or
dressmaker to sew.

Published: 04/07/2001

Size: 1.40MB

GUIDE TO THE PRODUCTION OF GRAPE VINE

By Naerls

The grapevine was introduced in Nigeria by Haj Pilgrims
from the Middle East and Christian Missionaries fi·om Europe. Hitherto, the growing of grapevine was confined to a few stands around the backyards and some vegetable gardens with little or no success due to lack of know-how of its cultivation.

Published: 03/07/2001

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FISH CULTURE IN PONDS

By Bolonmduro P.l.

Fish culture involves the controlled cultivation and harvesting of fish for either family consumption or sales in the market. Although fish culture is over thirty years old in Nigeria, it is yet to develop relatively when compared with arable Agriculture and livestock production.

Published: 06/06/1999

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.FARM MEASUREMENT

By Naerls

By having a working knowledge of farm measurement,
the .Agricultural Extension worker can provide valuable
assistance and services that the farmers require.

Published: 07/11/1988

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DETERMINING WHEN TO IRRIGATE AND HOW MUCH WATER TO APPLY

By Naerls

The available moisture-holding capacity of a soil is the
water that is available for plant use from field capacity, which
is the maximum amount of water the soil can hold, to the
wilting point.

Published: 06/11/1980

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CROP RESIDUES AS DRY SEASON FEED FOR RUMINANT LIVESTOCK

By Naerls

Crop residues are post harvest roughage materials. These include sorghum, millet, and maize stovers (stern with kaves): maize cob, maize husk; groundnut, cowpea, cotton and soyabean haulms: groundnut and cowpea shells. Generally crop residues are characterised by low nutrient contents, low digestibility and poor voluntary consumption by ruminant animals.

Published: 04/09/1987

Size: 2.97MB

COTTON PRODUCTION IN NIGERIA

By R.a. Gbadegesin,, J. E. Onyibe, E., et al

Prior to oil boom, cotton was one of the main sources of foreign exchange in Nigeria (l.nd the cotton industry' was the second largest employer of labour after the public sector Cotton is the most imp01tant of all other crops cultivated and its culti,·ation is not restri ctecl to the northern savanna zones but has spread to the derived savanna areas of Kwara, Osun, Oyn. Ondo ctnd Edo States in the course of the last 20 years.

Published: 03/01/2007

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CONTROL OF GRASSHOPPERS

By Naerls

Over 230 different species of Acrideidea occur in Nigeria. They include the African Migratory locust and five species of grasshoppers whose outbreaks are perenial.

Published: 04/06/2001

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Cassava

By Naerls

Cassava is one of the most popular Nigerian
stapple food crops. Owing to its drought resistant
characteristis it is readily cultivated all over the
. country. The bulk of the country's output is
however produced in the south.

Published: 05/06/2001

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THE CASSAVA BACTERIAL BLIGHT DISEASE AND THE CASSAVA MEALYRUG

By Naerls

Cassava Bacterial Blight (CBB) was first observed in
Nigeria in 1972. It spread so rapjdly and assumed epidemic
propmtion that it soon became the most important
bacterial disease of cassava in Nigeria.

Published: 05/06/2001

Size: 1.48MB

CASHEW GUIDE

By Naerls

Cashew is one of the crops selected for the National
Accelerated Industrial Crop Production Programme
(NAICPP).The NAICPP is a Federal Government's programme
designed to boost the production of industrial and
cash crops in the country. Cashew is a food crop; cashew is a
cash crop; cashew is an industrial crop.

Published: 06/06/2001

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