Apantaku, S.O: Publications

Thesis and Dissertation
a.¬†¬†¬† ‚ÄúCommunity educational Advisory council and Agricultural education programme status in Illinois: A quantitative perspective‚ÄĚ Ph.D. dissertation. S.I.U-C Library, Carbondale 1992
b.¬†¬†¬† ¬†‚ÄúAn Analysis of factors related to adoption of tested agricultural innovations by farmers in Oyo State, Nigeria‚ÄĚ. M.S. Thesis. Southern Illinois University library, Carbondale, USA, 1990
c.    “A comparative study of academic performance of male and female students in WASCE Agric. Science in Oyo State. B.Sc. Thesis. University of Nigeria, Nsuka, 1982.
Publications
1.¬†¬†¬† APANTAKU, S.O. (1996): ‚ÄúEvaluating Vocational Agriculture Training Programme: Focus on Leventis foundation (Nigeria) Agricultural Schools graduates‚ÄĚ. African Journal of Education. (1), 59-66
2.    APANTAKU, S.O. (1996): “Agriculture education Advisory Committee and Agricultural education Programme status in Illinois, USA. NATT Research Briefs Nol. 1, 14-15, 23
3.    APANTAKU, S.O. AND APANTAKU, F.S. (1998): “Compatibility, relative advantage and cost characteristics: A study of factors influencing acceptance of soybean. Acta universitatis Agriculturae et Silviculturae Mendeliana Brunensis. XLVI, No. 1 45-149. (Journal of Mendel University if Agriculture and forestry, Brno, Czech Republic). http://mendelu.cz/en/veda_vyzkum/acta/acta198?lang=en (Abstract)
4.    APANTAKU, S.O. (1998); “Indigenous knowledge and uses of forestry plant products for controlling crop pests in Ogun State, Nigeria. Indigenous knowledge and development Monitor; (Research communication, Vol. 6 (1) 27 (Journal of Indigenous knowledge Network, The Hague, Netherlands). http://www.iss.nl/ikdm/IKDM/IKDM/6-1/research.html
5.    APANTAKU, S.O. AND LEGACY, J.W. (1998): indigenous of a qualitative agricultural education programme. Nigerian Journal of Curriculum and Instruction 6(1), 18-22
6.    APANTAKU, S.O. AND APANTAKU, F.S. (1998): “Agricultural extension undergraduates attitude towards extension work: The case of a University of Agriculture. Review of Growth and Change. 2(20, 7-13.2
7.    APANTAKU, S.O.  AND APANTAKU, F.S., (1998): “herzberg motivation-hygiene factors and job satisfaction of village extension agents in Ogun State ADP. Journal of Agricultural Extension Vol. 2, 23-30. http://ajol.info/index.php/jae/issue/archive
8.    APANTAKU, S.O. AND PANTAKU, F.S. (1999): “Factors Associated with difference in improved cassava yield between research stations and farmers field in Oyo State, Nigeria. The Nigerian Rural Sociologist, vol. 3, June, 1999, 24-29
9.¬†¬†¬† APANTAKU, S.O. (1999): ‚ÄúTarget audience adoption of Agricultural technologist” : Case for a new linkage mechanism, Journal of Extension Systems. Vol. 15, 57-69. http://www.jesonline.org/1999jun.htm#Apantaku¬† (Abstract)
10.    APANTAKU, S.O. AND OYESOLA, O.B. (1999): “Poultry Farmers’ use of electronic mass media and perceived level of production in Egbeda, Oyo State, Nigeria. NATT Research Series. 3(1), 4-10
11.¬†¬†¬† APANTAKU, S.O. (1999): ‚ÄúIndigenous technical knowledge and use of forest plant products for sustainable control of crop pests in ogun State, Nigeria”.¬† Journal of Sustainable Agriculture¬† Vol. 14, Nos 2/3, 5-14. http://www.informaworld.com/smpp/content~db=all~content=a904640300~frm=abslink (Abstract)
12.¬†¬†¬† ADEBAYO, K, IDOWU, I.A. OMOTAYO, A.M. OLUNUGA, B AND APANTAKU, S.O. (1999): ‚ÄúAn appraisal of the prospects and constraints to sustainable funding of Ogun Agricultural development Project”. Journal of Agric. Extension, Vol. 3, 37-41. http://ajol.info/index.php/jae/issue/archive
13.¬†¬†¬† APANTAKU, S.O., SODIYA, C.I. APANTAKU, F.S.¬† AND FAKOYA, E.O. (2000): ‚ÄúAlternative Internal Source of funds for extension service in Ogun State, Nigeria”. Journal of Sustainable Agric. Vol. 17, No. 1, 37-54. http://www.informaworld.com/smpp/content~db=all~content=a904772933~frm=abslink (Abstract)
14.¬†¬†¬† APANTAKU, S.O. (2000): ‚ÄúInfluence of Extension education on Land pollution reduction in Abeokuta Area of Ogun State, Nigeria”. Journal of environmental Extension¬† Vol. 1, 17-28. http://ajol.info/index.php/jext/article/view/2714 (Abstract)
15.    APANTAKU, S.O. (2000); “ Potentials of the young farmers club as a tool for disseminating Agricultural Technologist to farmers in Odeda Area of Ogun State review of growth and Change, 4(1) 19-25
16.    APANTAKU, S.O. (2000): “Information and Extension service needs of floriculturists in Ikeja, Lagos State, Nigeria. International Journal of environment and Development, 4(1), 24-31
17.¬†¬†¬† APANTAKU, S.O. AND FAKOYA, E.O. (2000): ‚ÄúInfluence of community-based Associations on Community Development in selected rural areas of southwester Nigeria”. Journal of extension Systems. Vol. 16, 52-67. http://www.jesonline.org/2000jun.htm#Apantaku
18.    APANTAKU, S.O. AND APANTAKU, F.S. (2000): “Farmers adoption of recommended cultural practices as determinants of cassava yield in Ifeloju Area of Oyo State, Nigeria. Nigerian journal of Agric. Education. Vol. 4(1), 78-81.
19.    APANTAKU, S.O., FAMUYIDE, E.O. AND LAWSON, Y. (2001); “Child Labour and its consequences in Nigeria. Nigerian forum (A Multidiscilinary Journal) Vol. 1 No. 1, 23-36
20.¬†¬†¬† FAKOYA, E.O. AND APANTAKU, S.O. (2001): ‚ÄúWomen participation in sustainable crop farming activities in Odeda LGA of Ogun State, Nigeria”. Journal of Environmental ext. Vol. 2 No. 1 24-30. http://ajol.info/index.php/jext/article/view/2700 (Abstract)
21.    APANTAKU, S.O. AND ISIAKA, B.T. (2001): “Understanding the concept of development from an historical perspective. Journal of Arts and Social Science, 88-96
22.¬†¬†¬† APANTAKU, S.O., AWOTUNDE, J.M AND FOLORUNSO, M.A. (2002): ‚ÄúTarget agencies awareness and implementation of Universities agriculture-based research recommendations”. Asset an International Journal of the University of Agriculture, Abeokuta, Nigeria) 1(2), 141-150. http://www.unaab.edu.ng/asset/authorList.php?author=Apantaku&initials=S.%20O (Abstract)
23.¬†¬†¬† APANTAKU, S.O., FAKOYA, E.O. AND SODIYA, C.I. (2002): ‚ÄúStakeholder-group willingness to counter-part fund agricultural extension service in Osun State, Nigeria”. Journal of extension Systems. Vol.18, 23-35. http://www.jesonline.org/2002jun.htm#Apantaku (Abstract)
24.    APANTAKU, S.O. OMOTAYO, A.M. AND ISIAKA, B.T (2002) Perception of Stakeholders in extension on the video self instruction method in Agricultural information delivery: case study of Lagos State. NATT Research Series Vol. 6 (1), 14-23
25.¬†¬†¬† APANTAKU, S.O. OLORUNTOBA, A AND FAKOYA, E.O. (2003): ‚ÄúFarmers‚Äô involvement in agricultural problems identification and prioritizing in Ogun State, Nigeria“. South African Journal of Agric. Ext. Vol. 32, 45-59. http://search.sabinet.co.za/WebZ/AdvancedQuery?sessionid=01-34232-1000998987&termA=2003&indexA=py%3A&termB=32&indexB=so%3A&format=B&advancednumrecs=50&entitytoprecno=1&entitycurrecno=1&entitytempjds&dbgroup=agrig&next=agri/agri_abresult.html&bad=error/badsearchframe.html
26.    ISIAKA, B.T AND APANTAKU, S.O. (2003): “Description of peri-urban vegetable production in Lagos metropolis: A case study of Iyana-Iba vegetable garden project. Lagos Journal of Child and Youth Development. Vol. 1 (1), 16-24
27.¬†¬†¬† APANTAKU, S.O. (2004): ‚ÄúAnalysis of senior secondary students‚Äô attitude towards agriculture as a career in Ogun State, Nigeria“. Journal of extension System Vol. 20(1), 42-54. http://www.jesonline.org/2004jun.htm#Apantaku (Abstract)
28.  APANTAKU, S.O., LAWAL-ADEBOWALE, O.A AND OMOTAYO, A.M. (2004):     “Rainfall distribution pattern and Implications for seasonal farming calendar of agricultural Extension service in ogun State, Nigeria. Asset (4)1, 77-88 (Abstract)
29.    APANTAKU, S.O., AWOTUNDE, J.M , ADEGBITE, D.A. AND AJAYI, E.O. (2005): “ The feasibility of private integrated agricultural extension service in Ogun State Nigeria Journal of Social development in Africa. 20(1), 59-76. http://direct.bl.uk/bld/PlaceOrder.do?UIN=164777533&ETOC=RN&from=searchengine
30.    LAWAL-ADEBOWALE, O.A., OKUNEYE, P.A. AND APANTAKU, S.O. (2005): “Rainfall variability in the rain forestry zone and its implications for seasonal cropping activities in Ogun State. Bowen journal of Agric. (Journal of Bowen university, Iwo, Nigeria) Vol. 154-161. http://ajol.info/index.php/bja/article/view/41889
31.    APANTAKU, S.O.(2005): “Relevance of village health workers and traditional birth attendants in primary health care extension in rural areas of Oyo State, Nigeria international Journal of sustainable development and world Ecology. 12(3), 256-266. http://www.ingentaconnect.com/content/sapi/ijsd/2005/00000012/00000003/art00004
32.    APANTAKU, S.O. (2005): “Impact of community involvement on vocational agriculture programme: Lessons for Nigeria. Benue Valley. (Journal of Benue State University, Makurdi, Nigeria0 Vol. 4(1), 85-95
33.    APANTAKU, S.O., OLUWALANA, E.O. AND ADEPEGBA, A.O. (2006): “Poultry farmers’ use and preference of self and commercially compounded feeds in Oyo Area of Oyo State, Nigeria. Agric. And human value. Journal of American Society of Agriculture and Human Values. Vol. 1 23(2) 245-252. http://www.springerlink.com/content/632626320h317133/ (Abstract)
34.    APANTAKU, S.O. (2006): “Analysis of participation of farmers in participatory poultry production research in Lagos State, Nigeria. Livestock Research for Rural dev. Vol. 18, Article 94. www.cipav.org.co/lrrd/lrrd18/7/apan18094.htm
35.¬†¬†¬† APANTAKU, S.O. AND ASHIMOLOWO, O.R. (2006): ‚ÄúUse of participatory extension methods by extension agents in Ogun State, Nigeria” Bowen Journal of Agric. Vol. 3(2) 118-128. http://ajol.info/index.php/bja/article/view/41913
36.    APANTAKU, S.O. AND ENITAN, O.A. (2006): “Analysis of information source on arable crop post harvest storage technologies in Lagos State. Asset (An international Journal of University of Agric., Abeokuta) Vol. 6(2), 65-75. http://www.unaab.edu.ng/asset/authorList.php?author=Apantaku&initials=S.%20O.
37.   Fakoya, E.O, S.O. Apantaku and F.O. Adereti (2006). Gender Involvement in Arable Crop Cultivation and its Contributions to Household Food Security in Ogun State, Nigeria.  Research Journal of Social Sciences, 1(1): 1-5, 2006. http://www.insipub.com/rjss/2006/1-4.pdf
38.    Oyekunle, O, Apantaku, S. O, Adebayo, K, and Azeez, T.A (2007). Farmers’ use of extension guide as a medium of agricultural information in Ogun State, Nigeria. ASSET, 2 (1), 68-77. http://www.unaab.edu.ng/asset/authorList.php?author=Apantaku&initials=S.%20O.
39. Apantaku, S.O. (2008). Assessment of community empowerment and women involvement components in national Fadama II project in Ogun State, Nigeria. Journal of Social Development in Africa . 23 ( 2), 2008 (July), 107 ‚Äď 126. http://ajol.info/index.php/ajol/browse/alpha?letter=J&browsePage=3 http://blds.ids.ac.uk/cf/opaccf/detailed.cfm?RN=307611
40.  Apantaku, S.O., Olufade, A., Adebayo, K., And Oyekanmi, A.O. (2008). Analysis of effects of extension teaching methods on maize and cassava production in Ogun State, Nigeria. Ghana Journal of Agricultural Sciences. Vol. 41 (1), 34-47. http://ajol.info/index.php/gjas/article/view/46153
41.     Apantaku, S.O and O.A. Lawal-Adebowale.(2009). ICT status of agricultural research and extension organizations in South-Western Nigeria: Policy implications for ICT-based information exchanges. Journal of Applied Agricultural Research. 1(1), 3-15. http://jaar-ng.org/index.php?option=com_docman&task=cat_view&gid=18&Itemid=99999999
42.     Fabusoro, E, Omotayo, A.M, Okuneye, P.A and Apantaku, S.O. (2009). Rural Livelihoods Diversification in Ogun State, Nigeria: Forms, Determinants and Implications for Agricultural and Rural Development.  Journal of Sustainable Agriculture. (34(4), 417-438. http://www.informaworld.com/smpp/title~content=t792306915~db=all
43.     S. O. Apantaku, I. O. Seriki, A. K. Aromolaran, F. S. Apantaku, A. O. Adebanwo (2013). Climate change and rural households health in Ijebu North East area of Nigeria: International Journal of Sustainable Development & World Ecology, 2013
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