Kehinde Johnson Oyebamiji's research while affiliated with Joseph Ayo Babalola University and other places

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The increasing competition for available resources and inefficient use of those limited resources necessitates the need to improve the use of available resources. If these inefficacies are not corrected, the resource-poor farmers, mainly living in developing countries will be most affected. Yet these resource farmers contribute immensely for food p...
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Two field experiments were conducted at the Teaching and Research Farms of Joseph Ayo Babalola University (JABU) and the Federal University of Technology Akure (FUTA) in 2015 in south west Nigeria, to determine the effect of Azotobacter, Azospirillum and Mycohrriza (biofertilizers) on agronomic parameters of selected cultivars of maize. A 4 x 3 fac...
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Two field experiments were conducted at the Teaching and Research Farms of Joseph Ayo Babalola University (JABU) and the Federal University of Technology Akure (FUTA) in 2015 in south west Nigeria, to determine the effect of Azotobacter, Azospirillum and Mycohrriza (biofertilizers) on agronomic parameters of selected cultivars of maize. A 4 x 3 fac...

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... Land, water, and nutrients are essential resources on which agriculture owes its function and existence. The effective use of these resources provides access to food produced and is also a feature of a good agricultural system (Adegbeye et al., 2020). However, due to the excessive use of chemical fertilizer (CF) in agricultural production and the separation of farming and breeding caused by the development of agricultural industrialization, the current agricultural system is faced with problems, such as deterioration of soil quality, nutrient loss, and irrigation water pollution (Cui et al., 2018;Duan et al., 2021), which seriously affect the sustainable development of the agricultural system. ...
... It is therefore essential to shift agricultural practices to more sustainable ones (Adegbeye et al., 2020). Today, rice, wheat, and maize account for 50% of the calories consumed daily. ...
... The increase in growth of maize could be attributed to the nutrient use efficiency in the presence of organic fertilizer. Many studies have shown that the organic materials release nutrients slowly and may reduce the leaching losses, particularly N (Ayeni et al., 2015;Ayeni et al., 2018). The inoculation of TZEE-Y with Azospirillium resulted in the production of significantly higher number of maize leaves in JABU. ...