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Comparison Of Soil Ph Between Tea Fields Under Hand And Mechanical Tea Harvesting | Amos Joel Makweta (MSc. Soil Science)  | Researchjournali's Journal Of Agriculture | Mar,2022
In Tanzania, mechanizing tea harvesting is becoming a necessity. Through the available knowledge, it is known that mechanical tea harvesting is non selective as such it takes more biomass from the plant than hand method. Moreover, the extent of damage to the plant is also higher. Because of these differences,

The Impact Of Environmental Heterogeneity On The Phenotypic Variation In Both Morphology And Life History Traits Of Pelophylax Ridibundus In Saudi Arabia | Gamal M .Bekhet  | Researchjournali's Journal Of Agriculture | Mar,2022
Aim: Phenotypic plasticity is known as the capacity to change in response to different environmental conditions and if these changes imply reversible transformations, it is known as phenotypic flexibility. This plasticity includes changes in behavior, physiology, morphology, growth, life history and demography. Developmental constraints may place a limit on the

Teacher Remuneration By County Government And Its Influence On Implementation Of Early Childhood Education Curriculum: The Case Of Homabay County, Kenya | Edward Otieno Obuya  Dr. Hellen Guantai  Dr. Ephantus Kaugi  | Researchjournali's Journal Of Education | Mar,2022
Early Childhood Development Education (ECDE) is the bedrock and foundation of all learning in the life of any child. In Kenya, significant progress has been realized since the devolvement of the management Early Childhood Development Education including teacher management by the County Governments by the Constitution of Kenya, 2010. However,

An Investigation Into The State Of Market Discipline For Basel Ii/iii And Green Banking Disclosures In Zimbabwean Banks: A Content Analysis Approach | Dr Gilbert Tepetepe  Dr Easton Simenti-Phiri  Professor Danny Morton  | Researchjournali's Journal Of Finance | Mar,2022  super premium
Using content analysis, this paper pioneers an investigation into the state of market discipline for Basel II/III and green banking disclosures in Zimbabwean banks. This follows Zimbabwe's Basel II/III adoption and proposals by the 2021 United Nations Conference for Climate Change (COP26) for countries to accelerate their pace of greening

Assessment Of Physical Activity Participation Levels Among Workers In Financial Institutions | Ali Mohammed Bansie  Emmanuel Osei Sarpong  | Researchjournali's Journal Of Public Health | Mar,2022  premium
Working in financial institutions can be more time consuming. The available literature on physical activity participation levels among workers in financial institutions in Ghana is scarce. This was the stimulus for this study. The study assessed physical activity levels of participants in financial institutions. Descriptive design within quantitative approach was

An Introduction To The Mathematics Markup Capabilities Of Pitack | Bodouowei Godswill Zipamone  Ndiwari Godgift  | Researchjournali's Journal Of Computer Science | Feb,2022
Pitack is a JavaScript library that is being developed as an alternative markup language for the web. Its aim is to complement the efforts of HTML5, MathML and JavaScript, by providing shorthand constructs for designing and scripting webpages. The source code of Pitack is translated to HTML5, MathML, CSS and

Economic Estimation Of Recreational Benefits: The Case Of Lake Bosumtwi In Ghana | Patrick Kojo Ansah  | Researchjournali's Journal Of Economics | Feb,2022  super premium
This paper estimates the recreational value of Lake Bosumtwi (LB) in Ghana based on visitors' willingness-to-pay (WTP). The research aims at using the Travel Cost Method (TCM) to capture the economic value of the lake through the assessment of the various factors that influence the visitors' willingness- to-pay (WTP) for

Factors Associated With Brucellosis Surveillance Data Management Among Animal Health Workers In Nairobi County, Kenya | Peter Muriithi  Mbaruk A. Suleiman  Joseph Juma  | Researchjournali's Journal Of Public Health | Feb,2022
Background: Brucellosis is a re-emerging neglected zoonotic infection but data on prevalence in Kenya is scanty and surveillance system in Nairobi County is underdeveloped. Quality reliable data are essential for prevention and control of the disease. According to the World Health Organization data management, dissemination and use are commonly inadequate

Millennium Development Goal Programme And Facilitation Of Household Food Security Through Agricultural Cooperatives In Imo State, Nigeria | Onugu Charles U.  Obiekwe Josephine N.  Usoh Ugonna C.  | Researchjournali's Journal Of Agriculture | Jan,2022
The study on Millennium development goal programme and facilitation of household food security through agricultural cooperatives in Imo State, Nigeria investigated the support activities given to the agricultural cooperative members, the influence of MDG support activities on household food security (availability, access, quality and stability), and the challenges faced by

Greenhouse Farming Of Vegetables And Its Contribution To Urban Food Security And Farmers’ Wellbeing: A Case Study Of Dar Es Salaam, Tanzania | Luzabeth Kitali  Adili Y. Zella  | Researchjournali's Journal Of Agriculture | Jan,2022
The food insecurity facing urban areas in Tanzania has led to the introduction of greenhouse farming in the country. This technology has the potential to contribute to food security and to improve people's wellbeing, particularly in urban areas. This paper examines greenhouse farming and its contribution to some urban dwellers'

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