About the Journal

International Journal of Agriculture, Food and Biodiversity (IJAFAB) is a peer reviewed journal that is published by Faculty of Agriculture, Nnamdi Azikiwe University, Awka, Nigeria.  This Journal emphasizes publication of original research and review based articles that have direct relevance to agriculture and related disciplines especially in the tropics and sub-tropics.  Such publications shall be in the following disciplinary domains namely Agricultural Economics and Extension; Agribusiness; Animal Production, Physiology and Genetics; Crop Science, Horticulture, Protection and Genetics; Forestry and Wildlife; Soil Science and Land Resources Management; Fisheries and Aquaculture; Food Science and Technology; Nutrition, Dietetics and Home Economics and related disciplines.

The major goals of International Journal of Agriculture, Food and Biodiversity is to publish current issues in Agriculture and related disciplines with the intent of bringing more innovations towards food security.

Current Issue

Vol. 1 No. 2 (2022): Faculty Lecture Series Volume 1

The Faculty of Agriculture (FAG) Lecture Series, an equivalent of Faculty Inaugural Lectures, is a Lecture documentary from the Faculty of Agriculture, Nnamdi Azikiwe Univeristy Awka. The uniqueness of the FAG Lecturer series, unlike the larger University inaugural Lecture series, is that it gives opportunities for not only the Professors but as well, other Senior Lecturers and above to voice-out and disseminate their research findings and positions on critical issues.

This first edition of the Lecture documentary span recent advances in agriculture and safe dieting practices. It has five chapters. Chapter one covered Small Ruminant Production: A Neglected Veritable Solution to Food Insecurity in Nigeria; chapter two discussed Animal Protein in Human Nutrition: The Facts and The Conjectures; Chapter three took a hard look into Digging Our Graves with Our Teeth, chapter four explained Discovering the fighters of Food Security.   Finally, Chapter five dwelt on Organic Soil Amendment: An Emerging Trend in Plant Health Technology.

Published: 14-07-2023
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