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Oct-2009Effect of crop rotation and nitrogen fertilization on yield and nitrogen efficiency in maize in the northern Guinea savanna of NigeriaYusuf, A. A.; Iwuafor, E. N. O.; Abaidoo, R. C.; Olufajo, O. O.; Sanginga, N.
2007Evaluation of cowpea genotypes for variations in their contribution of N and P to subsequent maize crop in three agro-ecological zones of West AfricaAbaidoo, Robert C.; Okogun, J. A.; Kolawole, G.O.; Diels, J.; Randall, P.; Sanginga, N.
2007Evaluation of maize yield in an on-farm maize-soybean and maize lablab crop rotation systems in the Northern Guinea Savanna of NigeriaOkogun, J. A.; Sanginga, N.; Abaidoo, R. C.
2009Grain legume rotation benefits to maize in the northern Guinea savanna of Nigeria: fixed-nitrogen versus other rotation effectsYusuf, A. A.; Iwuafor, E. N. O.; Abaidoo, R. C.; Olufajo, O. O.; Sanginga, N.
2006Mineral nutrient uptake and removal by cowpea, soybean and maize cultivars in West Africa, and implications for carbon cycle effects on soil acidificationRandall, P. J.; Abaidoo, R. C.; Hocking, P. J.; Sanginga, N.
2005On-farm evaluation of biological nitrogen fixation potential and grain yield of Lablab and two soybean varieties in the northern Guinea savanna of NigeriaOkogun, J. A.; Sanginga, N.; Abaidoo, R.; Dashiell, K. E.; Diels, J.
1996Persistence and effectiveness of rhizobia nodulating promiscuous soybeans in moist savanna zones of NigeriaSanginga, N.; Abaidoo, R.; Dashiell, K.; Carsky, R. J.; Okogun, A.
4-Aug-2009Phosphate rock utilization by soybean genotypes on a low-P savanna soil and the status of soil P fractions after a subsequent maize cropNwoke, O. C.; Okogun, J. A.; Sanginga, N.; Diels, J.; Abaidoo, R. C.; Osonubi, O.
4-Aug-2009Phosphate rock utilization by soybean genotypes on a low-P savanna soil and the status of soil P fractions after a subsequent maize cropNwoke, O. C.; Okogun, J. A.; Sanginga, N.; Diels, J.; Abaidoo, R. C.; Osonubi, O.
2006Phosphorus benefits from grain-legume crops to subsequent maize grown on acid soils of southern CameroonJemo, M.; Abaidoo, Robert C.; Nolte, C.; Tchienkoua, M.; Sanginga, N.; Horst, W. J.
2007Population size, distribution, and symbiotic characteristics of indigenous Bradyrhizobium spp. that nodulate TGx soybean genotypes in AfricaAbaidoo, Robert C.; Keyser, H. H.; Singleton, P. W.; Dashiell, K. E.; Sanginga, N.
12-Jul-2012Response of cowpea lines to low Phosphorus tolerance and response to external application of PSanginga, N.; Iwuafor, E. N. O.; Singh, B. B.; Saidou, A. K.; Abaidoo, R. C.
2009Rotation effects of grain legumes and fallow on maize yield, microbial biomass and chemical properties of an Alfisol in the Nigerian savannaSanginga, N.; Olufajo, O.O.; Iwuafor, E.N.O.; Abaidoo, R.C.; Yusuf, A.A.
1999Time-course of dinitrogen fixation of promiscuous soybean cultivars measured by the isotope dilution methodAbaidoo, R.C.; Singleton, P.W.; Keyser, H.H.; Sanginga, N.; Dashiell, K.E.
Apr-2007Utilization of phosphorus from different sources by genotypes of promiscuous soybean and cowpea in a low-phosphorus savanna soilSanginga, N.; Abaidoo, R. C.; Diels, J.; Nwoke, O. C.
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