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Expert NameMr. Peter Egwuonwu Odo
TitleSenior Lecturer
DivisionFaculty of Agriculture
InstitutionUniversity of Maiduguri
CityMaiduguri
CountryNigeria
Telephone234
Email
Work ExperienceI graduated in Crop Science, (1978) at University of Nigeria Nsukka and proceeded to the University of Nebraska, Lincoln, USA where I had both Masters and Ph.D in 1982 and 1985, respectively. Since I returned to Nigeria in 1986, I have worked in projects within the Sudan and Sahelian (semi-arid) zones. I have been teaching and involved with research and consultancy services in various aspects of cropping systems in the marginal semi-arid environment of N.E. Nigeria. My publications range from production agronomy to areas of studies to mitigate the effect of aridity within the agroecological zones of Sudan and Sahel Savannas
QualificationsB.Sc., Crop Science, University of Nigeria, 1978 M.Sc. Agronomy (crop nutrition), University of Nebraska, USA, 1982 Ph.D., Agronomy (crop production and physiology), University of Nebraska, USA, 1985
Number of Publications24
AwardsUniversity of Maiduguri, Fellowship (Academic) Award 1980-85 USAD Academic Block Grant, May 1984 National Award, National Agricultural Research Grant Scheme, 1996-1999
Other ActivitiesMember, National Farming Systems Research Network Member, West African Farming Systems Research Network Member, Fadama Development Consultants Chief Investigator, Environmental Impact Assessment Team, Euplan Consultants
Publications1. Odo, P.E., 1991-92: Prospects of Agricultural Production in Drought-Prome Sohel and Sudan Savanna Environment with special focus on Nigeria. Annals of Borno, 8/9: 192-205 2. Odo, P.E., and Gwary, D.M., 1993: Land use and cropping system within Jere Bowl Fadama in the Nigerian Sudan Savanna. In: Sustainable use of Fadama in Northern Nigerian. Eds. Are Kolawale et al. IIED, London and CSER/ABU, Zaria, Nigeria. 6:49-57 3. Gwary, D.M., and Odo, P.E., 1993: Forestry Development for Sustained Agriculture in Jere Bowl Borno State in: Sustainable Use of Fadama in Northern Nigeria. Eds. Are Kolawale et al, IIED, London and CSER/ABU Zaria, Nigeria. 26: 197-201 4. Jaryum, J., Anaso, A.B., Odo, P.E., Babura, B.H., Ubi, E.O., Gwary, D.M., 1993: Package of Cropping Recommendation for Borno State, Borno State Agricultural Development Programme, (BOSADP), Nigeria 5. Odo, P.E., 1994: Agronomic practices in Field Crop production. Tips for Yield Improvement in Sudan and Sahel Savannas, African F
DisciplineAgricultural Sciences
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