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Miss Ebele Grace Osegbue

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Email: Click to show Osegbue's Email Address Birthday: 6th August
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Website or LinkedIn URL: https://www.linkedin.com/feed/ Gender: Male
Contact Address: 17A Anyafulugo Street Owellebo Layout Inland Town Onitsha
Faculty/Department/Unit: Agricultural Economics and Extension Rank: Lecturer II
Research Interest: Community Development
Educational Qualifications: MSc; B.Agric
Universities Attended: Chukwuemeka Odumegwu Ojukwu University (2020)
Anambra State University, Uli (2014)
Publications: 1. Udemezue, J.C, Madukwe., M.C, Osegbue., E.G, Nwoye, I.I & Kadiri, A.O (2017). Effects of Flooding on small Scale Farmers in Anambra State, Nigeria, sky journal of Agriclutural Research 6(3), pp 057-061
2. J.C & Osegbue E.G (2018). Theories and Models of Agricultural Development, Annal of Reviews and Research. 1(5)
3. Okoli., E.E and Osegbue E.G (2018). Growth and Yield of Performance of Mung bean (vigna radiate (1) wilczek) in intercrop with Maize (Zea mays) and Melo (Citrulluslunatus thumb mansf) at Igbariam, Anambra State. Proc of 5th Annual Conerence, Crop Sci. Soc. Of Nigeria, 8-10 Oct., 2018 on ‘‘Role of Science, Technology and Innovation (STI) in transforming crop production in Nigeria. Pp 127-133, 2018.
4. Udemezue, J.C, Ogbonna, M.C, Chinaka, E.C, Okoye, A.C & Osegbue, E.G (2018). Determinants of Productivity among Farmers in Enugu State, Nigeria. Proceeding for the 52th Anuual Conference of Agricultural Society of Nigeria, Agricultural Research Council of Nigeria, Abuja. Pp 282-289.
5. Okeke, M.N, Nwoye, I.I & Osegbue E.G (2019). Adoption level of Improved Rice Production Technologies among Rural Women Rice producers in Ayamelum Local Government Area of Anambra State, Nigeria, International of Research in Agronomy. 2(2), pp 41-44.
6. Nwoye, I.I., Osegbue, E.G., Okeke, M.N. (2019). Adoption of soybean products among women in Onitsha North Local Government Area of Anambra State. International Journal Agricultural Research, Innovation and Technology, 9(2), 30 – 34.
7. Udemezue, J.C, Nwalieji, H.U & Osegbue, E.G (2019). Economics of Cassava Production Enterprise among Farmers in Anambra State. Journal of Development and Agricultural Economics, 9 (5), 2006-9774.
8. Onubogu, O.H, Nwalieji, H.U & Osegbue E.G (2021). Impact of COVID-19 pandemic on the farming activities of cassava and rice farmers in Anambra State, Nigeria. Proceeding of the 34th annual conference of the Farm Management Association of Nigeria, University of Calabar, Nigeria. 15th – 18th November, 2021.
9. Onubogu, O.H, Osegbue, E.G & Odogwu, I.E (2022). Performance Analysis of Sweet Potatoes Production in Ogbaru L.G.A. of Anambra Sate Nigeria. Federal University Dustin-Ma (FUDMA) Journal of Agriculture and Agricultural Technology (JAAT) 8(1) 203-211. June 2022.
10. Osegbue, E.G, & Onubogu, H.O (2022). Assessment of Constraints in Agricultural Dissemination of Biotechnology Product and Service in Ogbaru Local Government Area of Anambra State, Nigeria. Proceedings of the 34th Annual Conference of Farm Management Association of Nigeria held at the University of Calabar. Pp 836-844.
11. Nenna, M.G, Osegbue, E.G & Ojiako-Chigozie, C.G. (2023). Assessment maize storage techniques utilized by small-scale farmers in Anambra State Nigeria. International Journal of Agricultural and Earth Science, 9(5), 2695-1894.
12. Ojiako-Chigozie, C.G., Nenna, M.G & Osegbue, E.G. (2023).Training Needs on Improved Catfish Farming Technologies among Small-Scale Farmers in Anambra State, Nigeria. International Journal of Agricultural and Earth Science, 9 (6), 2489-0081.
13. Chukwujekwu, A.O, Obiekwe, N.J, Okoroji, N.O, Zahoor, A.S, Uzochukwu, V.U, Osegbue, E.G. (2024). Usability of E-extension technology and growth of agricultural productivity in southeast Nigeria: ADP Extension Work’s Survey. Sarhad Journal of Agriculture, 3(4)203-226.
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Skills: To comply with the Policies, Guidelines, and Stafety rules related to my place of work; Ability to work with little or no supervision; Hardworking towards achieving a set up goal; Good managerial ability; Sustain a close working relationship with colleagues, supervisor, sub-ordinate and clients; this will be achieve by expressing information in plain language.
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