Determining the Physiological and Reproductive Responses of Domyati Ducks to Different Dietary Levels of Coconut Oil as a Source of Medium-Chain Fatty Acids during Laying Period

The goal of this study was to determine the optimal level of coconut oil (CO) supplementation in the diet to improve Domyati duck performance. A total of 300 Domyati ducks (240 females and 60 males) aged 25 weeks were randomly assigned to four experimental groups of three replicates, with each replicate containing 5 males and […]

Analysing the Effect of Coffee Husk Compost on Soil Quality and Yield of Radish Green (Raphanus sativus var. caudatus) Under Greenhouse Conditions

Plant development has a strong influence on nutrient imbalance. Estimating nutrient requirements for radish green (Raphanus sativus var. caudatus) is critical in optimizing compost. Radish greens are high in nutrients, which are essential for good health. Compost, as we all know, is an organic fertilizer that has been shown to improve soil quality and plant […]

Experimental Research on Infiltration Flow in the Soil of Drip Irrigation Technique for Suitable WaterSaving Irrigation for Grape Leaves at the WaterScarce Region of Vietnam

Drip irrigation is a water-saving technique for crops in water-stressed areas. Drippers deliver water to the soil surface directly, continuously, and on a regular basis, and it infiltrates into the cultivated soil layer to ensure that plants grow and develop properly. The authors carried out the experiment and observed infiltration flow while researching soil moisture […]

Study on Mass Production of Beauveria bassiana (Bals.) Vuill. for the Management of Rice Hispa, Dicladispa armigera (Olivier)

Rice hispa D. armigera is one of the most significant global crop production constraints. It attacks the vegetative stages of summer rice, causing a 35-65 percent yield loss, and post-flooded transplanted rice, causing a 100 percent yield loss throughout Assam, making it one of the major limiting factors in rice production in Assam. Beauveria bassiana […]

Recent Study on Vegetation Classification and Habitat Types of Gambella National Park

Gambella National Park has a diverse set of habitat types that Ethiopia shares with its neighbor, South Sudan, and it is regarded as one of Ethiopia’s top wildlife areas. The development of the Gambella National Park’s management plan is hampered by a lack of information on the park’s habitat types. The goals of this study […]

Using Biotechnological Approaches for Virus Elimination in Sweet Potato: A Review

Sweet potato (Ipomoea batatas (L.) Lam.) is a Convolvulaceae family plant that is important for food security. Sweet potato is susceptible to a variety of pathogen infections. Among these, viral diseases are the most significant constraints to sweet potato production because viruses can accumulate and be passed down from generation to generation through the use […]

Social Capital and Employee Behavior in an Organization: Resource for Reduction of Unproductive Waste in Agrarian Economy

The purpose of this study is to look into the parameters of existing organizational culture in the agrarian sector as a resource for forming social capital and its impact on transactional costs formation. Method: In order to achieve the desired result, analytical methods such as sociological and expert interviews, content and problem-oriented analysis were used. […]

Determination of Bioactive Compounds, Biochemical and Antioxidant Properties of Selected Minor Indigenous Fruits in Bangladesh

Minor fruits may contain antinutrients, but there isn’t enough primary data in Bangladesh. As a result, the current study was conducted to collect data for a database of minor fruit composition. The antioxidant activity of 1,1-diphenyl-2picryl hydrazyl (DPPH) scavenging and reducing power assays were used to assess the total phenolic (TPH), vitamin C, total carotene, […]

Study on Nutritional Characterization of Cactus (Opuntia ficus indica) as Forage in Kenya’s Rangelands

Under Kenyan conditions, the potential utility of drought-resistant and underutilized Cactus (Opuntia ficus indica) as livestock forage supplements has yet to be established. The goal of this study was to identify plausible pathways for alternative feeding innovations to combat feed scarcity and feed quality while also providing ideal interventions for adapting climate resilient livestock production […]

Sensory Evaluation of Lamb’s Meat from Vlasina Lake, Serbia

It is known that sheep and lamb are highly nutritious. In Serbia, the most delicious mountain lambs why are most of the country and the world. In the modern sheep production economy, it is estimated that 85-90 percent of the income is provided by the obtained meat and milk used for fattening lambs, while wool […]