Agriculture Project Topics with Materials

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AGR0001THE Analyses The Problems And Future Prospect Of Tomato Cultivation In The Buea Municipality.
AGR0002The Diversity, Heavy Metal Contamination And Biological Activities Of Vegetables Sold In Fako Division.
AGR0003The Impact Of Climate Change On Agricultural Productivity The Case Of Cameroon
AGR0004The Effects Of Various Land Preparation Methods On The Population Density Of Maize Seedling Pests, Maize Growth And Yield With Focus On The Black Maize Beetle (Heteronychus Arator) And The Dusty Maize Beetle (Gonocephalum simplex)
AGR0005The Effect Of Planting Distance On The Growth And Yield Of Intercropping Maize (Zea Mays)
AGR0006Effects of Thyme (Thymus vulgaris), Euphorbia (Euphorbia hirta) and Garlic (Alium sativum), as feed additives on feed intake and digestibility, weight gain, gut microbiota and survival of Cameroon Kabir chicken roosters.
AGR0007Vulnerability To Food Insecurity And Coping Strategies Of Agrarian Households In The Lower River Region Of The Gambia: Implication For Policy
AGR0008The Performance Of Three Cassava Varieties, The Local Red Variety, Local White Variety And The Improved 8034 Variety In Buea.
AGR0009Effect Of Plant Spacing On Growth and Yield of Common Bean (Phaseolus Vulgaris) In Buea, Cameroon
AGR0010Perception and Adaptation to Climate Change: Case of Maize Farmers in the Buea Sub-Division
AGR0011The Production function and Return to Scale for Irish Potato in the South West Region, Cameroon
AGR0012The Role Agriculture Played In The Socio-Economic Development Of Njah – Etu
AGR0013Conflicts Between Pastoralists And Farmers In The Northern Highlands Cameroon
AGR0014The Influence Of Agricultural Cooperatives In The Development Of Food Production In Cameroon
AGR0015Evaluating The Performance Of Four Different Bean (Phaseoulus VULGARIS L.) Varieties In Buea
AGR0016Competitive and Comparative Advantages Of Small-Scale Tomato Production In Cameroon
AGR0017The Shelf-Life Of White Yam (Dioscorea Rotundata) Tubers Stored In Sawdustand Sand in Cameroon

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