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Insecticide Spray Regime And Plant Distance Effect On Cowpea (vigna Unguiculata L. Walp) Growth And Yield In Forest-transitionzone Of Ghana
Researchjournali's Journal Of AgricultureDec,2018 premium
Two field trials were carried out for two years at the crop research fields, College of Agriculture Education, Asante Mampong, University of Education, Winneba between May and July, 2016 and 2017 respectively to evaluate varietal response of cowpea [(i) Asontem and (ii) Hans Adua] to planting distance [ (i) 50 x 20 cm (ii) 60 x 20 cm] and insecticide spray regime [ (i) 2 sprays (ii) 3 sprays (iii) no spray (control)] in forest-transition zone of Ghana. The experimental design was a 2 x 2 x 3 factorial arranged in randomized complete block design with three replications.ViewViews: 9Google+

Growth And Yield Of Local Variety Of Rice As Affected By Planting Systems In Highland Ecosystem
Researchjournali's Journal Of AgricultureDec,2018
One of the recommended packages of technology to increase rice production is spacing or Planting Systems. This research was conducted from September to December 2015 in the Village Tikala, Tikala District of North Toraja Regency, aimed to determine the effect of Planting System on growth and yield of local variety of rice. Location research was on the altitude of 750 m above sea level with climate type B (Schmidt & Fergusson) and soil pH 6. The experiment was arranged in a randomized block design consisting of six treatments where each treatment was repeated three times so, there are 18 experimental plots, each plot with an area of 4m2 . The Planting Systems were tested is a Tile Planting SViewViews: 7Google+

Evaluation Of The Functional Properties Of Three Varieties Of Soybeans (glysine Max) Flour Grown In Zamfara State
Researchjournali's Journal Of AgricultureDec,2018
Three different varieties of soybeans (Glysine max) TGX-1440-2, TGX-1448-2, TGX-1776-2 were used to produce soy flour using roasting and steeping method. Results from proximate analysis shows no significance in their ash, and crude fibre content of the two varieties. The carbohydrate and the protein content differs with roasting samples having amount of protein (48%, 42% and 45%) for R. TGX-1440-2, R. TGX-1776-2, respectively with steeping method which has ((40%, 38%, and 39%), for S.TGX-1440, S. TGX-1448-2 and S . TGX-1776-2. Steeping method produce higher values of carbohydrate 34.50%, 35.00% and 35.60% for S.TGX 1440-2, S.TGX-1448-2 and S.TGX1776-2 while roasting method has 27.90%, 34.9% ViewViews: 4Google+

Impact Of Seed Hardness And Protease Activity On The Susceptibility Of Kenyan Hybrid Maize Seed Varieties To Sitophilus Zeamays
Researchjournali's Journal Of AgricultureDec,2018
This study aimed at exploring the impact of seed hardness and protease activity on the level of susceptibility to S.zeamays by Kenyan hybrid maize seed varieties. Ten varieties comprising of H.614, H.6213, H.6218, PH4, H.513, H.520, H.522, DH02, DH04 and KSTDV-01 were screened for their susceptibility levels. Percentage seed weight loss and Dobie's index of susceptibility were used in the evaluation of susceptibility. Sigma's non-specific protease activity method was applied in the determination of protease activity while a Sun Rheometer Compac-100 series was used to measure hardness across the ten hybrid maize seed varieties. The findings from the study show that harder and high protease acViewViews: 8Google+

Perceptions Of Principals, Heads Of Departments And Teachers Regarding Principals’ Effective Instructional Supervision In Enhancing Teacher Professional Competency
Researchjournali's Journal Of EducationDec,2018
The purpose of this study was to examine the Perceptions of Principals, Heads of Department and Teachers regarding effectiveness of Principals’ Instructional Supervision in Enhancing Teacher professional competency..This study adopted Developmental Supervision Theory by Glickman et al. Descriptive survey design which embraces both quantitative and qualitative approaches, was used. The study was carried out in public secondary schools in Nairobi and Kajiado counties in Kenya. The sample comprised of the following: 38 principals, 151 heads of departments and 289 teachers. This gave a sample size of 478 respondents. Stratified random sampling was used in selecting schools according to the folViewViews: 27Google+

Philosophical Analysis Of The Family As An Educational Unit: Annotations From Ubuntu And Confucian Philosophies
Researchjournali's Journal Of EducationDec,2018
This study sought to re examine the role of family unit in educational endeavours of its children from Confucian and Ubuntu perspectives. Using analytic method, the study philosophically analyses selected educational aims for child upbringing. It also sought to analyse the nature of a child as an educable being, to examine family curriculum content and the associated child pedagogy. The study infers that in as much as family may not be a school in strict sense, it has educational components similar to that of a school, namely: Pedagogical aims, formation content areas(curriculum) and the learner in this case is the child who should be using specific methods for educational ends.ViewViews: 21Google+

Silent Leaders! The Role Of Director Of Studies (dos) In School Leadership. A Case Of Secondary Schools In Soroti District, Uganda
Researchjournali's Journal Of EducationDec,2018
Director of Studies position constitutes part of the top leadership team that supports all components of instructional programs in secondary schools. However, literature that highlights their leadership role is limited. The study seeks to voice their contribution in recognition of the roles they play in school management. A descriptive survey research design was used for the study. The target population was 460 derived from 34 public and private secondary schools in Soroti district. A sample size of 210 respondents from 28 selected secondary schools comprising of headteachers, deputy headteachers, Directors of Studies (DOS) and teachers was used. Data was collected using questionnaires and dViewViews: 18Google+

Microfinancing: A Strategy To Promote The Growth And Development Of Micro, Small And Medium Enterprises (msmes) In Ghana
Researchjournali's Journal Of EntrepreneurshipDec,2018
The study analysed microfinance as a tool for the growth and development of micro, small, and medium enterprises (MSMEs in Ghana). The study which employed purposive sampling technique to sample 90 respondents (40 Microfinance institutions, and 50 Micro, small, and medium enterprises) was purely qualitative in design. Overwhelmingly, the study found that microfinancing leads to the growth and development of MSMEs. It leads to increase in profits, expansion of employment, improvement in the standard of living of owners of MSMEs, hence promoting the growth and development of MSMEs and by extension leading to economic growth of Ghana. However, the study also found that due to the high intereViewViews: 5Google+

Investment Decisions And Firm Market Value In Nigeria: A Panel Data Approach
Researchjournali's Journal Of FinanceDec,2018
The aim of this paper is to examine the impact of a firm’s investment decisions on its market value in Nigeria. The data consist of 10 publicly quoted companies selected from three different sectors; consumer goods, oil and gas and construction. The study covers a period of seven years from 2009 to 2015. Comparing the estimated pooled OLS model with the fixed effects model shows that although, the coefficient of non-current asset is positive and highly significant for both models, the fixed effects model however, outperforms the pooled OLS model. The implication of the result is that industry-company specific effects are significantly related with the firm’s market value. However, when tViewViews: 6Google+

A Comparison Of Market Oriented Behaviour As A Driver Of Business Reputation Among Small And Medium Service Enterprises In Sokoto State, Nigeria
Researchjournali's Journal Of MarketingDec,2018 premium
This study examined the significance of market oriented behaviour on favourable business reputation in small and medium service firms via a cross-sectional survey research design. Data was collected quantitatively from 174 stratified and proportionately determined firms and from 522 purposively selected respondents. Interesting findings from multiple regression analyses reveal that, CO proved to significantly contribute to business reputation in small firms but not in medium service firms. Apparently mid-size service firms lacked ability to deal with their customers’ one at a time. Thus, to achieve high reputational positions, medium service firms are recommended to collect, make sense anViewViews: 16Google+

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