SEASONAL VARIATION OF CAPSICUM FRUTESCENS L. TO CRUDE OIL SPILL ON SOILS FROM OLOGBO, EDO STATE

Dr Edokpolor Ohanmu and Bako, S.P.   (Published 2018)

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Introduction
•The Niger Delta region of Nigeria
•Oil pollution
•Reduce soil productivity
•Omosunet al. (2008) reported the highly susceptibility of plant
•Sources of oil spill
•Pepper (C. frutescensL.), a major arable crop in Nigeria and many African countries, was chosen for this study because it has become increasing popularity in ologboand most farmers have adopted to the cultivation of the plant.
•This study aims to evaluate the growth performance of Capsicum to crude oil pollution.
(Ohanmu et al., 2017)

Item Type: Conference presentation
Format: PDF document,   704.59 KB
Copyright: Creative Commons LicenseCreative Commons license
Keywords: legumes, nitrogen, ammonia, pollution, Nigeria, heavy metal, assimilation
Department: Natural Science
Field of Study: Biology
Uploaded By: Enoyoze Esosa
Date Added: 30 Jan 2019 2:24am
Last Modified: 30 Jan 2019
conference URL: https://www.edouniversity.edu.ng/oer/conference/seasonal_variation_of_capsicum_frutescens_l_to_crude_oil_spill_on_soils_from_ologbo_edo_state


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