Olasantan, F.O’s Publications

  • Olasantan F. O., (1985a): Effects of intercropping, mulching and staking on growth and yield of tomatoes.  Experimental Agriculture Vol. 21, 135 – 144, (Great Britain).
  • Olasantan F. O. (1985b): Intercropping tomato withj cowpea using different planting patterns. Beitrage Zur tropischen Landwirtschaft und Veterinar – medizin Vol. 23, H4, 397 – 404 (Germany)
  • Olasantan F. O. (1986a): Effect of apical debudding on growth and yield of okra (Abelmoschus esculentus (L) (Moench). Experimental Agriculture vol. 22, 307 – 312, (Great Britain). http://journals.cambridge.org/abstract_S0014479700014484
  • Olasantan F. O. (1986b):  Effect of staking on response of tomato to weeds.  Nigeria Journal of Applied Science Vol. 4, 101-112, (Nigeria).
  • Olasantan F. O. (1987): The growth and yield of improved maize varieties in relation to traditional management system in Nigeria. The College Review Vol. 3, 45 – 54, (Nigeria).
  • Olasantan F. O. and Aina, A. B. J. (1987): Effect of intercropping and population density on growth and yield of okra (Abelmoschus esculentus (L) (Moench).  Beitrage Zur trospichen Landwirtschaft und Veterinarmedizin Vol. 25, H3, 289-299, (Germany).
  • Olasantan F. O. (1988a): The effects on soil temperature and moisture content and crop on growth and yield of intercropping maize with melon (Colocynthis vulgaris). Experimental Agriculture Vo. 24, 67 – 74, (Great Britain).
  • Olasantan F. O. (1988b):  Intercropping of cassava (Manihot esculenta) with maize or cowpea under different row arrangements.  Field Crops Research Vol. 19, 41 – 50, (The Netherlands).
  • Olasantan F. O. (1988c). : Effect of leaf removal on the growth and yield of okra (Ablemoschus esculmentus (L) (Moench) and its relevance to leaf harvesting patterns and pest damage. Experiemental Agriculture Vol. 24, 449 – 455, (Great Britain).
  • Olasantan F. O. (1990):  The response of cocoyam (Xanthosoma sagittifolium (L) Schott) to row arrangement, maize intercrop and frequency of young leaf harvests Beitrage Zur tropischen Landwirtschaft and Veterinarmedizin Vol. 28, H1, 49 – 58, (Germany).
  • Olasantan F. O. (1991): Response of tomato and okra to nitrogen fertilizer in sole cropping and intercropping with cowpea.  Journal of Horticultural Science Vol. 66 (2), 191 – 199, (Great Britain).
  • Olasantan F. O. (1992):  Vegetable production in traditional farming systems in Nigeria outlook on Agriculture Vol. 21, 117 – 127, (United Kingdom).
  • Olasantan F. O. and Lucas E. O. (1992): Intercropping maize with crops of differing canopy heights and similar or different maturities using different spatial arrangements. Journal of Agriculture, Science and Technology Vol. 2, No. 1, 13 – 22, (Nigeria).
  • Olasantan F. O. (1993): Effect of agronomic modification of row pattern and sown proportion on crop performance in cowpea-based intercropping system.  Journal of Agriculture, Science and Technology Vol. 3, No. 1, 7 – 16, (Nigeria).
  • Olasantan F. O. (1994): Fertilizer use in vegetable production in Nigeria.  Outlook on Agriculture Vol. 23, No. 3, 213 – 222, (United Kingdom).
  • Olasantan F. O., Lucas E. O. and Ezumah H. C. (1994): Effects of intercropping and fertilizer application on weed control and performance of cassava and maize. Field Crops Research Vol. 39, 63 – 69, (The Netherlands).
  • Olasantan F. O., (1996): Meeting future vegetable needs in Nigeria: the potential role of out-of-season vegetables.  Outlook on Agriculture Vol. 25, No. 2, 95 – 105, (United Kingdom).
  • Olasantan F. O., Ezumah H. C., and Lucas, E. O., (1996): Effects of intercropping with maize on the micro-environment, growth and yield of casaba.  Agriculture, Ecosystem and Environment Vol. 57, 149 – 158, (The Netherlands).
  • Olasantan F. O., Ezumah H. c., and Lucas E. O. (1997): Response of cassava and maize to fertilizer application, and comparison of the factors affecting their growth during intercropping. Nutrient Cycling in Agroecosystem Vol. 46, No. 3, 215 – 223, (The Netherlands). http://www.springerlink.com/index/kxw8873732754545.pdf (Abstract)
  • Olasantan F. O., (1998a): Effects of proceeding maize and cowpea in sole cropping and intercropping on growth, yield and nitrogen requirement of okra (Abelmoschus esculentus). Journal of Agricultural Science, Cambridge Vol. 131, 293 – 298, (Great Britain).
  • Olasantan F. O. (1998b): Beneficial changes in environment and growth characteristics in intercropping systems with vegetables and arable crops. Tropical Agricultural Research and Extension Vol. 1, No. 1, 12 – 18, (Sri-Lanka).
  • Olasantan F. O. (1999a):  Effects of time of mulching on soil temperature and moisture regime and emergence, growth and yield of white yam in Western Nigeria. Soil and Tillage Research Vol. 50, 215 – 221, (The Netherlands).
  • Olasantan F. O. (1999b): Food Production, conservation of crop plant biodiversity and enrionmental protection in the 21st Century: the relevance of tropical cropping system. Outlook on Agriculture Vol. 28, 93 – 102, (United Kingdom).
  • Olasantan F. O. (1999c): Nitrogen fertilization of okra (Abelmoschus esculentus) in an intercropping system with cassava and maize in South-western Nigeria. Journal of Agricultural Science, Cambridge Vol. 133, 325 – 334, (United Kingdom).
  • Olasantan F. O. (2000):  Effect of nitrogen rate on okra and tomato in a Gliricidia alley cropping system in south-western Nigeria. Tropical Agricultural Research and Extension Vol. 3, No. 2, 110 – 114, (Sri-Lanka).
  • Olasantan F. O: Optimum plant populations for okra (Abelmoschus esculentus) in a mixture with cassava (Manihot esculenta) and its relevance to rainy season-based cropping systems in south western Nigeria. Journal of Agricultural Science, Cambridge Vol. 136, 207 – 214, (United Kingdom).
  • Olasantan F. O., (2001b): Tropical vegetables and spices: potential value and contributions to sustainable agriculture in Nigeria. Outlook on Agriculture Vol. 30, 55 – 67, (United Kingdom).
  • Olasantan F. O. (2003a): Effect of fertilizer rate and splitting on growth and yield of cassava and maize in sole cropping and intercropping in Nigeria. ASSET, an International Journal. Series A 3 (1) 73 – 84, (Nigeria).
  • Olasanta F. O., (2003b): Effects of season and cassava/okra intercropping systems on okra production in south-western Nigeria. Nigerian Journal of Horticultural Science Vol. 8, 88 – 94, (Nigeria).
  • Olasantan F. O., and Bello,N. J. (2003): Climate change and its implications in tropical cropping systems, food production and conservation of soil and crop plant biodiversity. Journal of the Nigerian Meteorological Society (Special Edition) Vol. 5 No. 1 51 – 63, (Nigeria).
  • Olasantan F. O. and Bello N. J. (2004): Optimum sowing dates for okra (Abelmoschus esculentus) in monoculture and mixture with cassava (Manihot esculenta) during the rainy season in the south-west of Nigeria.  Journal of Agricultural Science, Cambridge. Vol. 142, 49 – 58, (United Kingdom).
  • 32. Olasantan F. O. (2005): Cassava cultivation management for sustainable vegetable production in intercropping with okra.  Journal of sustainable Agriculture Vol. 27 (2) 53 – 68, (USA). http://www.informaworld.com/index/903430171.pdf (Abstract)
  • Adetiloye P. O., Fabunmi T. O. and Olasantan F. O. (2005): Soil nitrogen, weed control and growth of juvenile oil palm inter-planted with food crops. Nigerian Journal of weed Science. Vol. 18, 65 – 71, (Nigeria).
  • Olasantan F. O., and Olowe, V. I. O. (2006): Effect of sowing date on response of okra (Abelmoschus esculentus) to intercropping with contrasting cassava cultivars.  International Journal of Tropical Agriculture Vol. 24 No. 1 – 2 55 – 70, (India).
  • Salau, A. W and Olasantan F. O: Rapid leaf area estimation in pumpkin (Cucurbita maxima): ASSET Series Vol. 6 (1): 255-258. (2005)
  • Babajide, J. M., Oyewole, O. B., Henshaw, F. O., Babajide, S and Olasantan F. O: (2006). Effect of local preservatives on quality of traditional dry-yam slices ‘Gbode’ and its products: World Journal of Agricultural Sciences. Vol. 2 No. 3, 267-273, (Asia).
  • Olasantan F. O: (2007a). Apical shoot harvest affects growth and apical shoot and fruit yields of pumpkin (Cucurbita maxima Duch. Ex. Lam): Journal of Vegetable Science, Vol. 12 (3) 73-87, (USA).
  • Olasantan F. O: (2007b). Effect of population density and sowing date of pumpkin on soil hydrothermal regime, weed control and crop growth in a yam-pumpkin intercrop: Experimental Agriculture. Vol. 43, 1-16 (United Kingdom).
  • Olasantan F. O and Babalola, O. A: (2007). Effects of intercropping and melon sowing date on crop growth, soil micro-environment and rhizosphere fungi and bacterial population of maize and cassava: Biological Agriculture and Horticulture. Vol. 24 (4), 417-438, (Great Britain).
  • Olasantan F. O., Salau, A. W and Onuh, E. E: (2007). Influence of cassava (Manihot esculenta) Intercrop on growth and fruit yield of peppers (Capsicum spp.) in South-western Nigeria: Experimental Agriculture. Vol. 43 (1) 79-95, (United Kingdom). http://journals.cambridge.org/abstract_S0014479706004200 (Abstract)
  • Olasantan F. O and Salau, A. W: (2008). Effect of pruning on growth, leaf yield and Pod yields of okra (Abelmoschus esculentus (L.) Moench): Journal of Agricultural Science Cambridge, Vol. 146, 93-102, (United Kingdom).  http://journals.cambridge.org/abstract_S0021859607007290 (Abstract)
  • Makinde, A. A., Bello, N. J., Olasantan F. O and Adebisi, M. A: (2009). Hydrothermal effects on the performance of maize and cucumber intercrop in a tropical wet and dry climate in Nigeria: African Journal of Agricultural Research, Vol. 4 (3) 225-235 (Nigeria).
  • Olasantan F. O: (2007c). Vegetable production in Tropical Africa: Status and strategies for sustainable management: Journal of Sustainable Agriculture. Vol. 30 (3) (in press) (USA).
  • Olasantan F. O: (2008). Evaluation of yam/pumpkin (Cucurbita maxima) intercrop effects on the soil micro-environment, weed control and performance of yam and pumpkin in south-western Nigeria: Biological Agriculture and Horticulture, (in press), (Great Britain).
  • Okeleye, K. A., Olasantan F. O and Salawu, R. A: Indigenous agricultural technology in Sub-Saharan Africa: the implication of sustainable crop production: Outlook on Agriculture, (United Kingdom).
  • Olasantan F. O: Effect of seasonal variation in rainfall and temperature on okra response to sowing date in monoculture and mixture with cassava in south-western Nigeria: Journal of Tropical Agriculture (Trinadad).

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