1. Analysis of Agro-Chemical Inputs Use in Maize Production among Small-Scale Farmers in Iwo Local Government, Osun State, Nigeria

Kemi Funmilayo Omotesho; Azeez Muhammad-Lawal; Gafar Olawumi Iyiowu

Volume 6, Issue 1 , Winter 2016, , Pages 43-50

  In spite of the development of various improved cultivars of maize, yield in Nigeria has continued to be hampered by the over cropped nature of most farmlands as well as a wide range of pests and diseases. This study therefore carried out an analysis of agro-chemical inputs’ use in maize production ...  Read More

2. Examining Subsidy Polices on Maize Production in Iran (Panel Data approach)

Negin Hosseingholizadeh; Jafar Haghighat; Rassul Mohammadrezaei

Volume 4, Issue 3 , Summer 2014, , Pages 171-182

  Among the agricultural important factors, inputs are the most significant in agricultural production. This article aimed to examine the impact of government subsidy policies on production of one of the most strategic products, namely on production of one of the most strategic products, namely maize, ...  Read More

3. Estimation of Potential Evapotranspiration and Crop Coefficient of Maize at Rupandehi District of Nepal

Govinda Bhandari

Volume 2, Issue 4 , Autumn 2012, , Pages 285-293

  This study was conducted to determine the potential evapotranspiration (PET) of maize, the crop coefficient (Kc) under full water requirement as well as the cause of decrease in maize yield. It was determined that the seasonal PET of maize is about 486.6 mm. The Kc under full water supply was found to ...  Read More