Adeola Oloyede

Adeola Oloyede
University of Ilorin | unilorin · Department of Agricultural Economics and Farm Management

Ph.D. Agricultural Economics

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Introduction
Adeola Oloyede holds a Ph.D. degree in Agricultural Economics. She studied at University of Ilorin. Adeola does research in Agroforestry, Environmental Economics, Economics of Innovation, Gender studies and Agricultural Economics. Their most recent publication is 'Evaluation of Women’s On-Farm Trial of Drought Tolerant Maize in Southern Guinea Savannah Agro-Ecological Zone of Nigeria'.

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Women play a significant role in agricultural production and household food security. However, there has been low involvement of women in on-farm trials of agricultural technologies. In this study, data were collected through well-structured questionnaires administered to 80 women farmers in an on-farm trial of the drought tolerant (DT) maize varie...
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This paper has presented a comprehensive review in the area of microgrid from the design to implementation. The aim is to evaluate the current status, problems and research efforts toward realising functional microgrids in the power system. The expectations about microgrid are many; therefore the study is divided into three main sections. Recent ad...
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This letter proposes a secure transmission scheme with random linear coding for wireless communications over fading channels. Since all nodes (including the passive eavesdropper Eve) will undergo independent fading and thermal noise, the packet losses at di�erent nodes are statistically independent. When Alice and Bob exchange a lot of packets, suc...
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Soil management practices are known for their efficiency in combating land degradation issues and improving soil productivity. The study analyses the factors that influences soil management practices among cereal farmers in Kwara State. The specific objectives were to determine the various soil management practices and the socio-economic factors af...
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In 2007, the Federal Government of Nigeria proposed the introduction of the National Biofuel Policy. The policy document is to inter alia reduce the country's dependence on imported fuel and ensure the commercial viability of the biofuel industry by ensuring compulsory blending mandate. However, the potential benefits of biofuel investment have att...

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