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TOPIC: Plant-Fungi Symbioses Nexus to Agriculture

PRESENTER: Professor O.O. Osemwegie

 

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DATE: Wednesday, 22nd February, 2017,

TIME: 10.00am prompt

VENUE: Room 301, First College Building, Landmark University

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The fundamental role of plant-fungi symbioses in the development and survival of plants is underexploited. Fungal relational affinity to plants; niche complimentarity; biochemical signal-response mechanisms and soil ecosystem functionality have implication for plant growth and resource exchange strategies in agroecosystems. Understanding this complex network of interactions remained cardinal to global fight against food insecurity challenges. Reports on natural and/or accelerated plant growth were often biased to abiotic variable ceteris paribus. The dynamics of plant resource utilization and overall plant health is influenced by the interfacial role of rhizospheric microbiome, strongly giving credence to the conception of an inclusive environment-plant-fungi-soil interaction model. Additionally, the paradigm shift from the wider quintessential quantity-based food production to a more conservative approach with safer health implication generated awareness the negativity of intensive agriculture on the loss of wild genetic food resources and environment. Consequently, crop production and agrosystem management precludes chemical inputs, sowing of genetically manipulated seeds and breeds. This seminar therefore focuses on the influence of plant-fungal interactions viz-a-viz other agroecosystem variables on the mechanism of agronomic system’s selection, determination of crop development and production.

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About the Presenter Professor O.O. Osemwegie Email:

Osarenkhoe Omorefosa Osemwegie is a Professor of Mycology/Plant Pathology and Head, Department of Biological Sciences, Landmark University, Omu-Aran. A reviewer to several Local and International Journals, Professor O. O. Osemwegie is a notable member of professional bodies such as African Mycology Association; Nigerian Young Academy; and Science Association of Nigeria. He has many academic publications in reputable journals.

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TOPIC: PROMOTING YOUTH PARTICIPATION IN AGRICULTURE IN NIGERIA: INFORMATION AS A KEY DRIVER

PRESENTER: YUSUF, FeliciaDirector, Centre for Learning Resources, Landmark University, Omu-Aran, Kwara State.

 

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DATE: Tuesday, 28th February, 2017,

TIME: 2.00 - 3:30pm

VENUE: Lecture Theatre 2 (New College Building)

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This paper reviewed the integral role of information in promoting youth participation in agriculture. The population of youths in Nigeria estimated to be about 70 million establishes the need for this study, noting their relevance to economic growth and development of the agricultural sector. The major objectives of study were to examine the perception of youths and their level of participation in agriculture in Nigeria; discuss factors limiting their participation; consider the implication of their low participation; and the role of information in driving their productive involvement in agriculture. An appraisal of information as a key driver for motivating youths to participate in agricultural practice was done with emphasis on compilation of list of possible markets for agricultural products; engagement of ICT as sources of agricultural information; maintaining databases of organizations that support farmers; creating awareness about value chain in agriculture; creating awareness on various aspects of agricultural practice. The study relied majorly on secondary data, reviewing existing relevant literature as a basis for the discussion of the subject matter. The paper concluded by recommending that government at all levels should collaborate with extension agents, information practitioners as well as other stakeholders to embark on massive and comprehensive education of youths on the importance and the derivable benefits of engaging in agriculture. .

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About the Presenter YUSUF, Felicia Email: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. , This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Yusuf, Felicia is the Director, Centre for Learning Resources, Landmark University. She holds a B.A degree in Library Science/Sociology from Bayero University, Kano and a Master degree in Library and Information Science from the University of Ibadan. Before she was redeployed to Landmark University in 2011, she had worked for eight years at the Centre for Learning Resources, Covenant University, Ota where she received an award for singularly automating the Serials Section of the Library. She has substantial publications in a number of reputable local and international journals. Yusuf, Felicia is a member of the Nigeria Library Association (NLA) and a Certified Librarian of Nigeria (CLN). Her research interest is in Information Resources and User Management, Digital Librarianship and Information Brokerage amongst others. She is happily married and blessed with children.

 

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TOPIC:  MANAGING FARM INPUTS FOR SUSTAINABLE AGRICULTURAL INTENSIFICATION AND GLOBAL FOOD SECURITY.

PRESENTER: PROFESSOR O.O. AGBEDE

 

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DATE: Tuesday, 28thFebruary, 2017,

TIME : 2:00 - 3:30pm

VENUE : Lecture Theatre 2 (New College Building)

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Recent development in the country shows the need for a concerted effort on the intensification of agrarian revolution to lift the citizenry from hunger, poverty, disease and food insecurity. More than 80% of Nigerians still derive their livelihood from agriculture and allied activities. The fact is that food security of a nation confers upon her, political stability and international respect in contrast to a nation that is incapable of feeding herself. In addition to the provision of rural infrastructure for community development in rural areas such as motorable roads, electricity supply, health services, schools and financial houses, more importantly should be availability, supply and distribution of farm inputs. The question that must now be addressed is “How can we sustainably extend and intensify agricultural production? The reasons for this concern are the declining crop growth rates and yields in some areas, land degradation, increased competition for water resources, declining soil nutrient levels, climate change, and pressure on biodiversity, among others. Agricultural inputs cover all planting materials, pesticides, agrochemicals, water supply, nutrients, even labour and management put into or supplied for a particular farming enterprise to improve harvested yields or agricultural productivity. In general, the proper management of these agricultural inputs is critical to sustainable crop production.

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About the Presenter

Olusola Omosofe Agbede

Olusola Omosofe Agbede was born at Usi Ekiti, Ekiti State, Nigeria on November 16, 1948. He completed his Primary and Secondary Modern School in 1959 and 1962 respectively. He obtained a Teachers' Grade II certificate in 1967, B.Sc (Hons) Agriculture (Second Class Upper) in 1973 and M. Phil (Soil Science) in 1978. He attended the University of Aberdeen, Scotland, where he bagged a PhD in Soil Fertility and Plant Nutrition in 1984. Olusola Omosofe Agbede is an eminent academic and a seasoned researcher who has worked with the Forestry Research Institute of Nigeria, Ibadan; University of Jos; Kogi State University, Anyigba; Nasarawa State University, before joining the services of Landmark University in September, 2013. He is currently the Chair, Landmark University Farm Board and Dean, Proposed School of Postgraduate, Landmark University. Professor Agbede's research interest in agriculture is diverse cutting across Growth Response of Crops to Nutritional Measures, Influence of Inorganic Fertilizer Application, Nutrient Cycling, Fertilizer Application and Efficient Regimes, Nutrient Budgets, Organic Fertilizer Use, among others. By virtue of his wealth of intellectual proficiency and research obligations to the society, Professor Agbede has gained recognition in many circles including: A Research Scientist for Benue State In Nationally Coordinated Soyabean Trials, Benue State Agricultural Development Authority on Farm Trials on Nutrients Management of Crop Mixtures, a member of Soyabeans Group for the Resuscitation of Soyabean Research at Yandev Station, Team Leader, National Crop Research Project (NCRP) - Oil palm, and other palms; and Principal Investigator, Competitive Agricultural Grant Scheme (CARGS). Another area of recognition of the expertise of Prof Agbede is as the Focal person for the Agricultural Research Council of Nigeria (ARCN). He has also carried out many Consultancy Services for the Federal Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development, Abuja. Professor Agbede has seventy-eight publications comprising books, journal papers, thesis, articles, conference proceedings, papers presented at training workshops and conferences. He is a distinguished Faculty in the College of Agricultural Sciences, Soil Science Programme.

 

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TOPIC: TOWARDS IMPROVEMENT ON PHYSICAL QUALITY OF NIGERIA MILLED RICE

PRESENTER: OKUNOLA. A. A. DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURAL AND BIOSYSTEMS ENGINEERING, LANDMARK UNIVERSITY, OMU ARAN.

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DATE:Monday, 20thFebruary, 2017,

TIME :2.00 pm prompt

VENUE : Room A24, (New College Building)

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Locally processed rice by cottage industries in Nigeria is associated with impurities and high broken grains, leading to reduced market value. Improving the quality of the milled rice produced will enhance its economic value and make it more acceptable to the consumers. This seminar investigates predicaments encountered by locally processors and also evaluates the performance of a developed cleaning – grading machine on raw and parboiled milled rice that were locally processed in single pass rice hullers. A three sieve cleaner - grader machine developed by (Okunola and Bamgboye, 2011) was tested for performance with a vibration speed of 240 r.p.m. Four rice varieties IGBEMO, ITA 150, FARO 44 and NERICA I were used for testing the milling qualities such as milled rice yield, head rice yield and broken grains at the moisture content of 11.7 - 13.6%. An Air blast of 4.8 m/s was used to separate light materials with apertures diameters of 3, 5.5 and 7 mm for bottom, intermediate and top sieves to effect grading of whole kernels. The milled rice fed into the machine was tested at tilt angles of 2, 4 and 6o for the middle sieve and at blower inclinations of 0 and 5o.The broken grains obtained during milling of raw and parboiled milled rice were further reduced by the use of the machine. The incorporation of the cleaning - grading machine after milling has upgraded locally processed rice quality from out of grade to grade II in raw milled and from grade III to grade II in parboiled milled.

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About the Presenter Okunola, Abiodun Afolabi (PhD), ACA Email: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Dr. Okunola, Abiodun Afolabi is a Senior Lecturer and the Head, Department of Agricultural and Biosystems Engineering, Landmark University, Omu-Aran. He is a Registered Engineer with Council for Registered Engineering in Nigeria and member of notable professional bodies such as Nigerian Society of Engineers, Nigerian Institution of Agricultural Engineers, American Society of Agricultural and Biological Engineers as well as African Crop Science Society. He has participated in several International conferences organized by African Crop Science Society, South Africa; International Commission for Agricultural and Biological Engineering in France as well as Denmark. He has also attended the International Workshop in Research and Development in Agricultural Engineering, Israel. A reviewer to some reputable journals such as electronic journal of International Commission for Agricultural Engineering (CIGR e-journal) and Journal of Food Science and Technology, Dr Okunola has several publications in his area of interest which is Post Harvest / Bio Process Engineering as well as Farm Mechanization. He is a recipient of MASHAV Fellowship of Israeli Centre for International Development and Cooperation. He has supervised several undergraduate students and mentored quite a number of students.

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LANDMARK HOST KWARA STATE INTERNAL REVENUE SERVICE (KWIRS)

On 14th January 2016, the Vice-Chancellor, Professor Aize Obayan hosted a team of the Kwara State Internal Revenue Service (KWIRS) who came to pay a courtesy visit to the University. Professor Oba

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01-02-2016
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NYSC SENSITIZES PROSPECTIVE LANDMARK UNIVERSITY PATHFINDERS

On Friday 15th of January 2016, a team of delegate from the National Youth Service Corp (NYSC) held a sensitization program for prospective graduates of the 2016 class of the Landmark University. Th

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25-01-2016
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APPROVED INSTALMENTAL FEE PAYMENT FROM 2016/2017 ACADEMIC SESSION

The Management of Landmark University has approved instalmental payment of school fees as scheduled below:   SN INSTALLMENT PERCENTAGE WHEN TO MAKE THE PAYMENT 1. 1st 50% Pay

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22-01-2016
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LANDMARK UNIVERSITY HOLDS 6TH MATRICULATION CEREMONY

On Friday, 8th January 2015, the University held her 6th Matriculation Ceremony at the University Multipurpose Hall, where 513 new intakes who were successful in the 2015 Computer-based Unified Tert

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21-01-2016
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THE VICE CHANCELLOR’S INTERVIEW WITH THE PRESS, AT THE 6TH MATRICULATION CEREMONY, 8TH JANUARY, 2016

The Vice-Chancellor, Professor Aize Obayan, disclosed to Press men in a brief interview the agri-business and agri-preneurship focus of the University. She prides in the capacity of the University

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20-01-2016
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MEDICAL LABORATORY SCIENCE COUNCIL OF NIGERIA (MLSCN) VISITS LMU

On Friday, 11th December 2015, the Management of Landmark University received the representatives of the Medical Laboratory Science Council of Nigeria (MLSCN). The purpose of the visit was to carry

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15-12-2015
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