Adegbite Kehinde Profile

DOCTOR ADEGBITE KEHINDE


   

Crop and Soil Sciences

adegbite.kehinde@lmu.edu.ng

Dr. Kehinde Abodunde Adegbite was born on January 2nd, 1953 in Ayede – Ekiti, Ekiti State, Nigeria. He had his Primary education at St. James’ School, Idi-Ape, Abeokuta and St. Paul’s School, Omu-Aran from 1960 to 1966. For his Secondary education, he completed WAEC and HSC at Government Secondary School, Ilorin between 1967 and 1973 June, coming out with Grade 1 and passing all the 3 papers in HSC. He attended University of Ife from 1974 to 1977 and finished with a B. Sc. Degree (2nd Class Lower) in Agriculture. He had his M. Sc., Pedology and Soil Survey from University of Reading, U. K. between Sep. 1981 and Aug. 1982. He got a Ph. D. in Soil Science from University of Ilorin in 1993. He taught for a year after completing HSC course in 1973. He undertook the National Youth Service from 1977 Sep. to 1978 Aug. He also taught for 6 months before joining the services of Lower Niger River Basin Development Authority, Ilorin in 1979 as an Agric. Officer II (Soils) and rising to the highest professional level in the Federal Government Service as Executive Director (Services). He retired voluntarily from service on attaining the mandatory retirement age of 60 years on Jan. 2nd 2013. Presently, he is on contract as a Senior Lecturer at Landmark University, Omu-Aran.

Aduayi, E.A. and K.A. Adegbite (1979) : Response of Okra plants to root and foliar applied Boron. Comm. in Soil and Plant Anal. 10(6) : 911-925. Adegbite K. A. and J. A. Ogunwale (1994): Morphological, Chemical and Mineralogical properties of the soils of Abugi, Nigeria and their Agricultural Potentials, Pertanika J. Trop. Agric. Science, 17(3): 191-196.

Adegbite K. A. and J. A. Ogunwale (2005) : Characteristics and Classification of soils of the Flood plains of River Niger in Kwara State, Nigeria. J. Agric. Res. and Dev. Vol. 4 :12-22.

Adegbite K. A. and J. A. Ogunwale (2008) : Pedogenic Implications of Potassium Forms in the River Niger Flood plain soils, J. Agric. Science and Tech. Vol. 15 : (1&2). K. A Adegbite. (1999) : Land Use Planning and Sustainable Crop Production under Small Scale Irrigation Schemes. Proc. Inter. Seminar on Performance of large and small scale Irrigation Schemes in Africa, Abuja, Nigeria. Proc. 1999 : 491-501 pp.

Adegbite K. A. and G. T. Olatoye (1998) : Implementation strategies and problems of Fadama Irrigation Schemes. Proc. Workshop for Akwa-Ibom Agric. Dev. Programme, 1998.

Adegbite K. A. and G. T. Olatoye (1998) : Management Problems of Fadama Irrigation Schemes. Proc. Workshop for Akwa-Ibom Agric. Dev. Programme, 1998.

Adegbite K. A. (1998) : Strategies for stimulating Fadama Users Association (FUA) for effective participation in Fadama Project Implementation. Proc. Workshop for Akwa-Ibom Agric. Dev. Programme, 1998.

Adegbite K. A. , M. E. Okafor and O. T. V. Adebiyi (2016): Characterization and Classification of Soils of a Toposequence in a Derived Savannah Agro-Ecological Zone of Nigeria. Researchjournali’s J. Agric. Vol. 3, No. 1 pp1-10.

Adegbite, K.A., Dunsin O. and Adegoke, I. P. (2016): Comparative Evaluation of Varieties of Cowpea and its effect on Fertility status of Lateritic Soil in a Derived Savannah Agroecological zone of Nigeria. International J. of Plant. Animal and Environmental Sciences. Vol. 6. Issue 2, Apr.-Jun. 2016

SOS 411 Soil Classification, Soil Survey and Land Use Planning,

SOS 421 Techniques in Soil and Water Management,

SOS 521 Soil Survey and Land Use Planning,

FPT 431 Irrigation, Soil and Water Conservation,

FPT 433 Soil Survey, Land Use and Agro-Climatology,

AGR 418 Students Industrial Work Experience

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