Repositioning the National Horticultural Research Institute for Effective Contribution to the Millennium Development Goals

Opening Ceremony

  1. Welcome Address
    – Ademola A. Idowu
    Executive Director, National Horticultural Research Institute, Ibadan
  2. The Challenges of Agricultural Research and Development in Nigeria.
    – Professor I. I. Ihimodu
    Director, Agricultural and Rural Management Training Institute, Ilorin

Technical Papers

Sharing The Vision
– Dr Ademola A. Idowu

The Expectation of the Government Board from Staff of National Horticultural Research Institute
– Barrister S. Mbah

An Overview of NIHORT’s Contribution to Horticultural Research and Development
– Dr. B. A. Adelaja

Human and Material Resources Development at NIHORT: The Gains and Expectations for the future.
– Dr. (Mrs) O. A. Olufolaji

Strategic Planning for Effective Administration of National Horticultural Research Institute
– Chief (Mrs) B. B. Awe

Information and Resource Management for Horticultural Research and Development in Nigeria.
– M.A. Adejoro and B. A. Fagbola

Fruits Research in Nigeria: Present Situation and Prospect for the future.
– Dr: V. C. Umeh

Strategies for Improved Vegetable Production in Nigeria
– Dr. E. I. Nwanguma

Strategies for the development of sustainable citrus production in Nigeria.
– Dr. A. A. Olaniyan

Farming Systems Programme: The Past, The Present and the Future.
– Dr. S. O. Afolayan

Enhancing Spices Production for domestic and Export Market.
– Dr. O.S. Adebayo  

Maximizing the Potentials of Floriculture for sustainable Economic Growth in Nigeria.
– Dr. H.A. Akintoye

Improving Research –Extension-Farmers- Linkages for Horticultural Technology Transfer in Nigeria.
– Dr. L. O. Olajide Taiwo

Horticultural Germplasm: Base for sustainable food  production.
– Dr. O. A. Adetula

Post Harvest Horticultural Research : A weapon for Economic Development.
– S. O. Babalola

Meeting the vegetable seed Requirement for Research and stake holder in Nigeria.
– J.A. Akinfasoye

The role of services in contributing to progress in National Horticultural Research Institute.
– P. C. Agbaravoh

Financial Management in Research Institute.
– I. K. Ajisafe

Report from sub-stations:

The Challenges of sub-station Administration: The case of Mbato Station, Okigwe, Imo State.
– C. A. Amih

Research and Development Activities at the National Horticultural Research Institute sub-station, Bagauda, Kano State.
– M. B. Giginyu

Symposium Communique

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