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Agricultural Advances

Agricultural Advances

Frequency: Monthly
Journal Access:
Open Access
ISSN-online: 2251-7820
Journal scope: Agricultural & Biological Engineering, Agricultural & Extension Education, Agricultural Economics & Rural Sociology, Crop & Soil Sciences, Dairy & Animal Science , Entomology , Food Science, Horticulture, Plant Pathology, Poultry Science, School of Forest Resources, Veterinary & Biomedical Sciences.

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Possibility of using electronic commerce in Iran's fertilizer and pesticides market
In this article ,according to statistics published in 2014 Iran IDI's report , Iran's electronic commerce's situation and advance's procedure in the future are studied . then , fertilizer and pesticides market's available specifications and its distribution systems are mentioned and the possibility of using electronic commerce is assessed . In the end, according to the existing e-commerce infrastructure in Iran, as well as the current market situation fertilizers and pesticides in Iran, two general suggestions for how to implement effective e-commerce, in industry of fertilizers and pesticides are presented. Vol. 4 | No. 9 | 2015 Full Text







Energy extension and energy literacy for sustainable energy development in rural Nigeria
Energy is a very important part of any sustainable development strategy. Without modern energy services, the poor will go on being poor and the sick will continue to be sick. Access to clean, abundant, reliable domestic energy services is an enormous challenge facing Nigerian and Africa because energy is fundamental for socio-economic development and poverty reduction. Since majority (about 70%) of the Nigerian population live in rural areas, with agriculture as their major occupation, clean energy development and provisioning is important to meet their livelihood needs. Renewable energy technologies have been developed but most of these rural dwellers are ignorant of these technologies. Vol. 4 | No. 8 | 2015 Full Text

Comparative Molecular Characterization of three Diplozoon species from Fishes of Kashmir Valley
Present study reports the results of molecular analysis of the internal transcribed spacer (ITS) of ribosomal DNA of 3 Monogenean species using polymerase chain reaction (PCR), nucleotide sequencing and construction of phylogenetic trees from different fish hosts of Kashmir. The present study shows that the size of the amplified product is 873 bp long for D. kashmirensis; 1120 bp long in D. aegyptensis and 687 bp long in D. guptai revealing that there are intraspecific differences in their base pair lengths. Guanine and Cytocine (G+C) content of three Diplozoon species was found nearly constant for three species i.e... Vol. 4 | No. 7 | 2015 Full Text

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Challenges facing semi-urban fish farmers’ use of information and communication technology devices in Imo State Nigeria
The study examined the challenges semi-urban fish farmers face in their use of information and communication technology devices in Imo state. Data were obtained using structured questionnaire from 210 fish farmers selected randomly from a list of 2300 fish farmers obtained from fish farmers cooperative office in Owerri, the state capital. Using descriptive statistical tools, data were analyzed and presented in tables for understanding and clarity. Results revealed that majority (37.6%) are within the active age of 41-50, 58.6% are males, 50% have secondary education, and have about 11-15 years of fish farming. The respondents have frequent access to radio, telephone (mobile), television, magazines and newspapers. Vol. 4 | No. 9 | 2015 Full Text


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