Tag: growth

FINANCIAL DEEPENING AND SELECTED NON-OIL SECTORS GROWTH IN NIGERIA: ARDL ANALYSIS AND VECM |  Journal of Economics and Trade.

Using a co-integration research approach of Auto-regressive distributed lag, this article investigates the causal impact of financial deepening on the contribution of the Wholesale and Retail, Service, and Construction sectors to economic growth in Nigeria from 1993Q1 to 2020Q4 (ARDL). The analysis found statistically significant financial deepening to drive long-term and short-term economic growth across the three non-oil sectors, after accounting for probable effects of crude oil prices and trade openness in these non-oil sectors. Overall, the findings highlight the importance of Nigeria’s financial intermediary system in terms of capital mobilisation and allocation, as well as boosting non-oil private sector economic activities. As a result, establishing intermediation in the financial sector may be the best option for increasing Nigeria’s oil industry dominance.

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REVIEW ON THE EFFECT OF LEVEL OF NITROGEN ON GROWTH AND YIELD OF ONION IN ETHIOPIA | Journal of Global Agriculture and Ecology

The onion (Allium cepa L.) is a vegetable that belongs to the Alliaceae family and is the most commonly cultivated plant of the genus Allium. Onion output and productivity are governed by a number of factors. One of the factors that influences onion development is the amount of nitrogen fertiliser used. In this regard, the aim of this review paper was to examine the impact of various nitrogen levels on onion growthand yield. Onions are used for a number of medical purposes. Nitrogen is found in a variety of importantplant compounds.Nitrogen is needed for the formation of chlorophyll, proteins, and is a component of several amino acids and other molecules required for plant growth and other nitrogenous plant components such as nucleic acid and chlorophyll. Nitrogen is also needed for plant carbohydrate utilisation. In addition, results from various climatic regions around the world show that onions react differently to nitrogen application. Onion has a high nitrogen requirement, especially in the early stages of development, as increased the level of N increased the growth trend of the number of leaves, leaf length, and plant body. The use of nitrogen fertiliser increased the amount of nitrogen in the soil, according to different research findings.Onion bulb yield has also increased dramatically.



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KH2PO4 AND SUCROSE AFFECTED in vitro AND ex vitro DATE PALM PLANTLETS CV SAKOTY | Journal of Basic and Applied Research International

The acclimatisation stage of date palm plantlets is critical for increasing the number of plants to culture in the open field, so this study was done to improve plantlets in the rooting stage in vitro by using different concentrations of KH2PO4 as full (170 mg L-1), full (170 mg L-1) + 14, and full (170 mg L-1) + 12 and sucrose 30 as a growth medium. The results revealed that treating KH2PO4 at full strength with 45 g L-1 sucrose was an effective treatment for increasing in vitro plant height. Although root duration, number, and stem thickness increased significantly under KH2PO4 full + 12 with 60 g L-1 sucrose, full KH2PO4 +30 g L-1 sucrose produced the most hairy roots, full KH2PO4 +30 g L-1 sucrose produced the most leaves, and full KH2PO4 +14 with 45 g L-1 sucrose produced the highest percentage of plantlets acclimatisation. Under complete +1/4 and full + 12 KH2PO4 with 45 g L-1 sucrose, more total indoles, chlorophyll a and b were present. Based on the previous findings, full + 14 or full + 12 KH2PO4 treatment with 45 g L-1 sucrose is preferred for active in vitro and ex vitro stages.

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THE USE OF WASTE SULFUR OF GAS MINING RESULT AS FERTILIZER FOR SHALLOT PLANTS OF LEMBAH PALU VARIETY | PLANT CELL BIOTECHNOLOGY AND MOLECULAR BIOLOGY

Sulfur is one of the macronutrients that plants need in adequate amounts. This element is needed by shallot plants more than by other cultivated plants. The aim of this study is to determine the impact of sulphur application from waste from gas mining on the growth and yield of the lembah palu shallot variety. The study was split into two parts: a greenhouse experiment and a field experiment. The method of fully randomised design was used in greenhouse experiments, while the randomised block design was used in field experiments, with treatments like P1 = no standard fertiliser application and sulphur, and P2 = standard fertiliser application and sulphur. P2 denotes the use of standard fertilisers (N, P, K, and manure) without the addition of sulphur, P3 denotes the use of standard fertilisers with sulphur, and P4 denotes the use of sulphur without the use of standard fertilisers. The findings show that the fertilisation procedure had a major impact on plant height at 30 dap and tuber fresh weight in the greenhouse experiment. Standard fertiliser applications, when combined with sulphur fertilisers, were found to be superior to other treatments. When opposed to a non-fertilized method, this treatment raises tuber fresh weight by 19.5 percent. Fertilization treatment has a major impact on plant dry weight at harvest, tuber fresh weight, and tuber yield per hectare in the field experiment. Standard fertiliser applications, when combined with sulphur fertilisers, were found to be superior to other treatments. This procedure resulted in a more than twofold rise in plant dry weight and tuber fresh weight, respectively.

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