1. Farmers Preferences to Plant Crops for Bio-Energy production (Case Study: Sugar Beet in north of Khuzestan Province)

Davood Momeni Choleki; Reza Moghaddasi; Yaghoub Zeraatkish; Amir Mohamadinezhad

Volume 11, Issue 1 , Winter 2021

Abstract
  Bioenergy is one of renewable energy types. The expansion of production this type of energy can create employment and sustainable income for society in addition to reducing pollution caused by fossil fuels and protecting the environment. Therefore, the purpose of this research was to investigate the ...  Read More

2. Assessing qualifications, knowledge and work experience of sales personnel on safety measures of pesticides in Wad Medani, Sudan.

Ehab Elsir M. Alias; Ahmed M. Bereir; Refag S. Hamed

Volume 11, Issue 1 , Winter 2021

Abstract
  The agricultural private sector in Sudan has emerged during the last two decades. It involves personnel that deliver extension services and considered as an alternative to the public extension.This study, therefore, intended to assess qualifications, knowledge and work experience of sales personnel on ...  Read More

3. Two stage maize Supply chain model for Production and Marketing efficiency

Never Mafuse; Abbysinia Mushunje; Simbarashe Tatsvarei; Emmanuel Zivenge

Volume 11, Issue 1 , Winter 2021

Abstract
  This study, aimed at examining the economic efficiency of resettled A1 maize farmers in maize supply chains. The main objective of the study was to find out the most economic supply chain Descriptive statistics was used to describe inputs sources and outputs while DEA was used to assess the economic ...  Read More

4. Determinants of Frozen Fish Consumption by Households in Delta State, Nigeria

Theophilus Miebi Gbigbi

Volume 11, Issue 1 , Winter 2021

Abstract
  The research explored factors affecting the consumption of frozen fish in Delta State Nigeria. One hundred and 20 participants from 12 communities were randomly chosen. In order to obtain information from the respondents, a questionnaire was used. The findings indicate that 57.5% of those surveyed were ...  Read More