Our Findings

MicroVeg Project is a research for development. We publish results from field studies in reputable journals. Below is a list of publications related to MicroVeg Project.

  • Adekunle O. K., Amujoyegbe, B. J. Idowu, M. K. Oyedele, D. J. (2015) Incidence and management of plant parasitic nematodes under continuous vegetable production in a rainforest agroecology in Nigeria. Journal of horticultural science & biotechnology. Vol.90(1), p.20-24 http://www.tandfonline.com/doi/abs/10.1080/14620316.2015.11513148?journalCode=thsb20
  • Amujoyegbe, B.J., Oyedele, D.J., Idowu, M.K., Ayinde, J.O., and Adebooye, O.C. (2015) Adaptation of Farming Practices by the Smallholder Farmers in Response to Climate Change. J. Agric. Ext. Rural Dev. 7: 33–40.

  • Ayanwale, A. B., Amusan, C. A., Adeyemo, V. A., & Oyedele, D. J. (2016). Analysis of Household Demand for Underutilized Indigenous Vegetables. International Journal of Vegetable Science, (April), 1–8. http://doi.org/10.1080/19315260.2015.1103350
  • Ayanwale, A. B., Oyedele, D. J., Adebooye, O. C., & Adeyemo, V. A. (2011). A socio-economic analysis of the marketing chain for under-utilised indigenous vegetables in Southwestern Nigeria. African Crop Science Conference Proceedings, 10, 515–519. http://www.acss.ws/Upload/XML/Research/817.pdf
  • Bachmann, E., Natcher, D., Kulshreshtha, S., Baco, M. N., Akponikpe, P. B. I., & Peak, D. (2016). Profitability and Institutional Constraints to the Adoption of Fertilizer Microdosing in Northwest Benin. Sustainable Agriculture Research, 5(3), 11. http://doi.org/10.5539/sar.v5n3p11
  • Idowu, M.K., Oyedele, D.J., Adekunle, O.K., Akinremi, O.O. and Eilers, B. (2014). Effects of Planting Methods and Seed Density on Vegetable Yield and Nutrient Composition of Solanum macrocarpon and Solanum scabrum in Southwest Nigeria. Food and Nutrition Sciences, 5, 1185-1195.http://dx.doi.org/10.4236/fns.2014.513129
  • Ojo, O. O., Taiwo, K. A., Scalon, M., Oyedele, D. J., & Akinremi, O. O. (2015). Influence of pre-treatments on some nutritional and anti-nutritional contents of Solanum macrocarpon ( Gbagba ). American Journal of Food Science and Nutrition Research, 2(2), 32–39.http://www.openscienceonline.com/journal/archive2?journalId=744&paperId=1293
  • Torimiro, D. O., Ayinde, J. O., Koledoye, G. F., & Oyedele, D. J. (2014). Farmers ’ involvement in indigenous vegetable production : experiences and emerging issues from south-western Nigeria. Journal of Agricultural Science and Applications, 3(2), 39–45. http://doi.org/10.14511/jasa.2014.030202