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    Prof Abayomi S. Fasina is a Nigerian Professor of Pedology. He was born in Lagos on 17th July, 1961 and had his Secondary School Education at Eko Boys High School, Lagos, from 1973 – 1978. Prof Abayomi S. Fasina proceeded to Federal School of Arts and Science, Victoria Island, Lagos where he obtained H.S.C. (B.B.D) in the year 1980. He attended the University of Ibadan from 1980 – 1984 where he bagged a B.Sc Agric. (Hons), 2nd Class Upper. In 1986, at the University of Ibadan, he was awarded M.Sc Agronomy (Soil Survey and Land Evaluation), and in 1998, he obtained his PhD in Pedology (Land Use, Soil Survey and Land Evaluation) also at University of Ibadan.

    An astute academic, Prof Abayomi S Fasina joined the services of the University of Ado-Ekiti (now Ekiti State University) in 2001 rose through the ranks from the position of Senior Lecturer (2001- 2004), Associate Professor (2004-2007) to full Professor in the year 2007. He served as the Director, International Linkages and Advancement, Ekiti State University and was the Head of the Department of Soil Science on various occasions totalling 13 years in all. Prof Abayomi S. Fasina was the Dean, Faculty of Agricultural Sciences, Ekiti State University (2004-2006; 2009-2014) and was the Chairman, Association of Deans of Agriculture of all Nigerian Universities (2012-2015). He served meritoriously in the University Governing Council and as Deputy Vice-Chancellor, Federal University Oye-Ekiti (2017-2021). He served as the Chairman, Governing  Council Security Committee  (2016 – date); Member, Appointment and Promotions Committee of FUOYE (2016 -2021); Chairman, Committee on the Establishment of Faculty of Law (2018); Chairman, Committee on the Establishment of Faculty of Basic Medical Sciences  (2020); Chairman, Committee on the Establishment of College of Medicine and Health Sciences; Chairman, Committee on the Establishment of Faculty of Environmental Sciences of FUOYE (2020); Chairman, University Scopus Committee (2020); Member staff Disciplinary Committee of FUOYE (2019 – 2021); Chairman, COVID-19 University Committee (2020); Chairman Ceremonial’s Committee of FUOYE  (2016 – 2021); Chairman, University TETFund Committee on Training (2017 – till date); Chairman, Admissions Committee  (2017 – 2020); Chairman University Accreditation Committee (2017 – Date); Chairman, FUOYE SERVICOM Advocator (2017 – Date); Chairman, University Promotions Committee  (2019 – Date ); Chairman, Committee  on Top up for the University (2018 – Date); Member, Committee on the Establishment of Microfinance Bank for FUOYE (2018 – 2021); Chairman, University Research Committee  (2017 – 2019); Head of Ikole Campus (2017 – 2021); and Chairman, A&PC Federal University Oye-Ekiti.

    Special assignments by Prof Abayomi S. Fasina at both International and National levels include Member, Global Soil Partnership for Africa (2018), Project Coordinator/Counterpart for International Atomic Energy Agency for Small – Scale irrigation project in Nigeria (RAF 5/058, RAF 5/071 and RAF 5/079; Director/Facilitator of an International training course on AquaCrop Sponsored by IAEA for the training of Scientists (2019); Member, Steering African Soil Information System (AFSIS), Federal Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development, Abuja (2016); Member, Agricultural Research Council of Nigeria (2012-2015); Chairman, Association of Deans of Agriculture of all Nigerian Universities (2012-2015); Member, NUC Accreditation Team to Some Nigeria Universities (2017 – Date); Member, Soil classification correlation committee of Nigeria Soil Science Society charge with the mandate to produce Soil map of Nigeria; and Member, NBTE Accreditation Team to Polytechnic and College of Agriculture in  Nigeria  (1989 – 2000).

    A prolific researcher with over 140 publications, Prof Abayomi S. Fasina has won many distinctions and awards including the State of Israel, Mashav Scholarship 2002 at Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Huiji, Rehoboth; Southwest Nigeria Education Awards (SNEA), University of Ibadan; Outstanding administrator and scholar by Faculty of Agricultural Sciences 2014/2015 Graduating Set, Ekiti State University, Ado-Ekiti; Merit award as best ambassador of Ogun State for outstanding performance and great achievement career in the year 2013; Certificate of Honour as Life Fellow of the Association of Agricultural Students of Lagos State Polytechnic, Ikorodu Chapter in 1997; Award of Excellence in recognition of immense contribution to the development of Grace Covenant Centre Men of valour Fellowship President (2007-2008); The Agronomy Club, University of Ibadan Merit Award in 20011; Award of Excellence, Faculty of Agricultural Sciences, EKSU (2012/2013); Award of Excellence by the National Association of Agricultural Students (NAAS), Ekiti State University, Ado Ekiti (2013); ENACTUS award in appreciation of Selfless effort and Contribution towards the successful hosting of the 2015 Annual Enactus Nigeria leadership Conference; Ethical Conduct/Leadership Compliance Certificate by Centre for Ethics and Self Value orientation, Lokoja, Kogi State, etc.

    Prof Abayomi S. Fasina was awarded a postgraduate certificate training course on sustainable horticultural production under climatic constraints at Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Rehovot, Israel in 2020. Other certificates awarded to Prof Abayomi S. Fasina includes but not limited to; Certificate in data processing awarded by Classic Systems Infotech Ltd. in affiliation to Computer Resource Centre, Federal University of Technology, Akure, Nigeria; Certificate of participation on conference on engaging learners in public tertiary institutions from developing countries at SP Jain Scholl of Global Management, Dubai, UAE (2020); Certificate of participation in a capacity building workshop on effective research administration organised and sponsored by TETFund in Dubai, UAE, (2019); Participation  as a consultant at Nigeria Strategy Support Programme (NSSP) workshop on Irrigation and Agricultural mechanization at Bayero University, Kano (2011);  Certificate of training workshop on extension methods funded by the European Commission indicative aid programme, organised by the Centre for Rural Development and Training at the University of Wolverhampton in Collaboration with Lagos State Polytechnic (1999); Certificate of participation on building and leading strategic resilient Institutions of Higher Learning in a disrupted world at Hilton Garden Inn, Calgary Airport, Canada 2023, etc.

    Prof Abayomi S Fasina is also a respected winner of several research grants including the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA/FAO) Research Grant on Wetland Rice Project (40,000 EUROS); Research/Project Coordinator on Small Scale Irrigation Technical Cooperation Project Funded by International Atomic Energy Agency (Project worth $400,000); International fund attraction/Technical Cooperation   for Social intervention for the Internally Displaced People (IDP) in Nigeria; TETfund Research Project [RP] intervention; IAEA/IDP/Research Technical Project; and Detailed Soil Survey of 219,580 hectares in Ijebu East Local Government, Nigeria for Cassava value chain 2013. Prof Abayomi S Fasina has attracted equipment worth ₦68,987,987.84k into the University for students and staff training.

    He is a Member, Soil Science Society of Nigeria (SSSN), All African Soil Science Society (AASSS), Agricultural Society of Nigeria (ASN), Horticultural Society of Nigeria (Hortson), International Union of Soil Science (IUSS), Nigeria Institute of Soil Science, and Gideons International in Nigeria. Prof Abayomi S Fasina is a Fellow of the Soil Science society of Nigeria (FSSSN).

    Prof Abayomi S. Fasina has graduated 6 PhDs and 3 MSc, while still supervising more MSc and PhD students. He has enjoyed various training and collaborative program in Israel, Canada, United States of America, Austria, Kenya, Ethiopia, Ghana, Mali, Uganda, Estonia, Brazil,  Mauritius, Tanzania, Port Novo, Egypt, Morocco, United Kingdom, South Korea, Senegal, Algeria, Sudan , Botswana, Ivory Coast, and United Arab Emirate (UAE).

    He is happily married to Dr Mrs Bosede Oluwayemisi Fasina and blessed with children.


    A.      School Certificate                                                           July 1978

    B.      H.S.C.(B.B.D)                                                                    1980

    C.      B.Sc Agric (Hons), 2nd Class Upper                                      1984

    D.      M.Sc Agronomy (Soil Survey and Land Evaluation)            1986

    E.      Ph.D (Pedology(Land Use, Soil Survey and Land Evaluation))   1998

    F.    Postgraduate Certificate Training Course on Sustainable Horticultural Production under climatic Constraints at Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Rehovot, Israel        Oct – Nov 2020



    A.      Thesis, Dissertations and Inaugural Lecture Series

    1.      Fasina, A.S. (1984): Physical, Chemical and Mineralogical properties of some selected Asu River Basin Soils, Calabar. Unpublished. B.Sc project, University of Ibadan, 80pp.

    2.      Fasina, A.S (1986): Soil Map Evaluation – a case study of Idoffa in Ogun state, Nigeria.M.Sc Thesis University of Ibadan, 151pp.

    3.      Fasina, A.S (1997): Landuse and Land quality of selected areas in Lagos State. Ph.D Thesis, Department of Agronomy, University of Ibadan.   311pp.


    1.    Fasina, A.S (2013).Can these Soils Sustain: The Dilemma of a Pedologist. 37th Inaugural Lecture series of Ekiti State University held at the University Auditorium on the 23rd April, 2013 75pp.

    B.      Books/Monographs

    1.      Fasina, A.S (2018). Basic Principles in Field Experimentation and Data Analysis for Tertiary Institutions in Nigeria. Sponsored by Tetfund and Published by Ekiti State University Printing Press, Ado Ekiti.117 pp.

    C.      Chapters in Books    

    1.      Fasina, A.S (2002): Agricultural Land- Its use, tenure and Evaluation in Nigeria. In Essentials of Agricultural production in Nigeria (A.A Agboola Ed).

    2.      Fasina, A.S and Aruleba, O (2002). Soil as a factor of crop production in Essentials of Agricultural production in Nigeria (A.A Agboola Ed) 1st Edition. Niger Prints, Lagos pp 82-89.

    3.      Fasina, A.S (2006): The philosophy of soil science and human development in a study in history and philosophy of science (Ogunlade, Ogunleye and Ashaolu Eds) 1st Edition published by Panaf press, Abuja. Pp 172-176.

    4.   Fasina, A.S. (2008): Crop Production in Nigeria. In Entrepreneurship Development in Nigeria (Omotoso & Co Eds).

    5.      Fasina, A.S. (2018). Land Resource Characterization. In Conservation Agriculture Manual Publication by Anafe (Kenya), 99 pages.

    6.       Amusan, A.A.,Fasina,A.S.,  Asadu,C.L.A,  Senjobi,B.A,  Ande,O.T, Oluwatosin, G.A., Adeyolanu, D.O and Ajiboye G.A.(2019): Soil Science in Nigeria: Relevance Evolution, Achievements and challenges Published In 50years of Soil Science Society of Nigeria celebrating 50years of SSSN (1969-2019)  89-102pp

    D.      Edited Proceedings    

    ·      Fasina, A.S., Olufolaji, A.O and Umeh V.C (2003): Book of Proceedings of 21st horticultural Society of Nigeria (Hortson) conference held in Lagos (10-13 November, 2003) pp 236.

    ·      Fasina A.S, Ojeniyi S.O, Ayodele O.J and Salami A.E 2009- Book of Proceedings of 33rd Annual Conference of Soil Science Society of Nigeria held at University of Ado- Ekiti from 9th – 13th March 2009.

    E.      Publications in Learned Journals

    1.      Fasina, A.S and Ogunkunle, A.O 1995: land quality and crop yield – An experience with maize in Southern Nigeria. African soils vol. 1 (28): 539-550.

    2.       Fasina A.S and Ogunkunle A.O 1996 – Land use and land quality in selected areas of Lagos State. African Soils 28: 511-552

    3.      Fasina, A.S. 2001: Land use and Land quality in Lagos State. Annals of    Agricultural Sciences. Vol 2 (2) 74-83.

    4.      Fasina, A.S 2001: Physical Properties of soils of Lagos in Relation to Land use Annals of Agricultural Sciences. Vol. 2 (2): 1-8                                                                                             

    5.      Fasina, A.S 1998: Suitability Evaluation of Major Soils of Lagos State for Cashew and Coconut production. Nigerian Journal of Tree Crop Research, CRIN Ibadan Vol. 2 (2): 19-30 

    6.             Fasina, A.S 1999: Evaluation of Coastal Soils of Lagos for  Sustainable Tree crop production.  Nigeria Journal of tree Crop Research, CRIN, Ibadan. Vol. 3 (2) 1-13.

    7.      Fasina, A.S (2001): An Evaluation of the Predictive Power of a Soil Map from Southern Nigeria.  Nigerian Journal of Sustainable Agriculture Vol3 (2): 1-14.

    8.      Fasina, A.S (2002): Variability of Maize yield and some soil properties in an exhaustively cultivated field in School of Agriculture, Ikorodu. Pertanika Journal of Tropical Agricultural Science, Malaysia 25 (1): 11-17 (Scopus)

    9.      Fasina, A.S (2003). Characteristics, Classification and Management of Major Soils of Lagos State, Nigeria. Annals of Agricultural Science 3 (2):1-10. 

    10.     Fasina, A.S (2004): Influence of Soil and Management on Maize (Zeamais) yield in some selected farms in Lagos State, Nigeria. Nigerian Journal of Soil Science Vol. 15:68-74   

    11.     Shittu, O.S and Fasina, A.S (2004): Cassava yield as affected by different fertilizer models at Ado-Ekiti, Nigeria. Nigerian Journal of Soil Science vol. 14:68-73 

    12.     Fasina, A.S and Adeola, O and Adenuga, O.(2003): Agronomic efficiency of Poultry manure combined with wood Ash on the production of maize in Southwestern Nigeria-Annals of Agricultural Sciences 3 (2): 21-30

    13.     Fasina, A.S (2003): Topsoil Variation of soil properties in some mapping units in a farm in Southern Nigeria. Journal of Sustainable Agriculture, 5 (2), 1-13.

    14.     Fasina, A.S (2003): Influence of Land Use on the Variability of Topsoil properties of an alfisol in southwestern Nigeria. Journal of Agricultural Research and Development (Unilorin) (3):1-11

    15.     Fasina A.S (2004): Influence of Land Utilization types on Topsoil Properties of an alfisol in Southwestern Nigeria.  Journal of Sustainable Agric. Environs 6 (2): 171 – 178.

    16.         Fasina, A.S. (2001): Farming System Research – A case study of Nigeria,      Journal of Centre for Sandwich degree program. University of Ado-Ekiti, 2 (1&2): 108-113       

    17.       Fasina, A.S, Akinwumi,O  Obatolu, C  Esan, and Godonu K.G. (2000): Comparative studies on the Establishment of three Commercial Tea Clones (Camellia Sinensis (L)) at Ikorodu, Lagos State, Nigeria. Journal of Tree crop Research 4 (1): 23-33

    18.       Godonu K.G., Fasina, A.S., Obatolu C. and Esan (200): Evaluation of the adaptability of Lowland Tea Clones to Southwest conditions of Nigeria. Nigerian Tree Crop Research. 4(2): 1-14.

    19.       Fasina, A.S, J.O Aruleba, F.O Omolayo, S.O Omotoso, O.S Shittu and T.A Okusami (2005): Properties and classification of Five soils formed on Granitic  Parent Materials of Humid Southwest, Nigeria. Nigerian Journal of Soil Science 15 (2): 21 – 29

    20.       Fasina, A.S, J.O. Aruleba, S.O. Omotoso, F. O Omolayo and O.S. Shittu (2005): Evaluation of Potentials of Some Soils for Crop production at Ado-Ekiti, Southwest Nigeria. Nigerian Journal of Soil Science 15 (2):  16-20.

    21.     Shittu, O.S and  Fasina, A.S (2005): Nutrient Uptake of cassava as Affected by different Fertilizer Models at Ado- Ekiti, Nigeria. Nigerian Journal of Soil Science 15 (2): 37-44

    22.     Fasina, A.S (2005): Soil Survey of Idoffa Area in southwest Nigeria. Nigerian Journal of soil Science 15 (2): 30-36.

    23.     Shittu, O.S and Fasina, A.S (2004). Comparative Effect   of different residue management on maize yield at Ado-Ekiti Nigeria, Journal of Sustainable Agriculture (USA) 28 (2): 41-54. (Scopus)

    24.     Fasina, A.S. (2005): Properties and classification of some selected Wetland soils in Ado Ekiti, Southwest Nigeria Applied Tropical Agriculture. 10 (2): 76-82

    25.     Fasina, A.S, and Adeyanju, A. (2006): Suitability classification of some granitic soils of humid Southwest Nigeria for rainfed Maize, Cassava and Swamp rice production. Nigerian Journal of Soil science 16:1-9

    26.     Shittu, O.S., O.C. Adeboye, A.S. Fasina, and F.O. Omolayo (2006): Response of leaf yield and Celosia argentea to land use types and fertilizer regimes International Journal of Agricultural Research 1, (3):286-292. (Scopus)

    27.     Babalola, T.S. and Fasina, A.S. (2006): Variation of the properties of soils derived from granitic parent materials in Southwestern Nigeria. Journal of Research and Development (Unilorin), 5 (1):85-96.

    28.     A.S. Fasina, O.S. Shittu, S.O. Omotoso and A. P. Adenikinju (2006): Response of Cocoa to different fertilizer Regimes of Some Selected Soils of Southwestern Nigeria. Medwell Agricultural Journal, 1(4) 272-276. (Scopus)

    29.     Fasina, A.S, Shittu. O.S. Omotoso S.O, and Adenikinju, A.P. (2007): Properties, Classification and Suitability Evaluation of Some Selected Cocoa Soils of Southwestern Nigeria. America –Eurasian Journal of Agriculture and Environmental Sciences. 2(3):312-317. (Scopus)

    30.     Fasina, A. S, Ogunkunle, A. O and Babalola, T.S. (2006). Comparison of the assessment of the qualities of two detailed Soil Maps produced from Southwestern Nigeria. Agricultural Sciences Research Journal. 1(1): 43-48. (Scopus)

    31.     Fasina, A. S; Omolayo, F.O., Falodun, A. A. and Ajayi, O.S (2007) Granitic derived soils in Humid Forest of Southwestern Nigeria-Genesis, Classification and Sustainable Management – American Eurasian Journal of Agriculture and  Environmental Science 2(2): 189-195. (Scopus)

    32.     Fasina,A.S., Omolayo, F.O., Ajayi, O.S. and Falodun, A.A. (2006): Influence of Land use on Soil properties of  three mapping units in Southwestern Nigeria. Implications for Sustainable Soil Management. Research Journal of   applied Sciences 2 (8): 879-883. (Scopus)

    33.     Fasina, A.S (2007): Irrigation Suitability Evaluation of Asu River Basin Soils, South Eastern Nigeria. International Journal of Soil Science. 3(1):35-41 (Scopus)

    34.     Shittu,O.S, Fasina,A.S and Aruleba, O.J(2007): Relative   Influence of different residue and yield of maize in South-west Nigeria. Research Journal of Applied Science. 2(8): 884-888. (Scopus)

    35.     Adeyanju, A.and Fasina, A. S. (2007): Comparison of three Land Evaluation Systems in Evaluating the Predictive Value of Some Selected Soils in Ado-Ekiti, Southwest Nigeria. Journal of Soil Science. 17: 113-119.

    36.     Fasina, A.S., Awe G.O. and Aruleba, J.O. (2008).  Irrigation Suitability Evaluation and Crop yield – An example with Amaranthus Cruentus in Southwestern Nigeria.  African Journal of Plant Science,2 (7): 61-66. 

    37      Fasina, A.S., Apata, T.G. and Apata, O.M. (2007). Participatory Technology Development: Impetus for Effective Extension Delivery System Approach for Rural Development in Nigeria. Nigeria Journal of Rural Sociology 7(1&2): 84 – 89.

    38.     Awe, G.O., Fasina A.S., Ayodele, O.J., and Apejua (2009): Levels and Bioavalability Concentrations of Heavy Metals in Topsoils and Accumulation by Amaranthus Cruentus in Agbara Industrial Estate, Ogun State.  Journal of Environmental Issues and Agriculture in Developing Countries. 1: 32-39.

    39.     Omolayo, F.O., Ayodele, O.J., and Fasina, A.S., (2011): Effects of Poultry Manure from different sources on the growth and marketable yield of leaf amaranth (Amaranthus Cruentus) (Hybridus) L. Amaraqnthalae, International Research Journal of Agricultural Science vol 1 (1): – 29-34.

    40.     Babalola, T.S., Oso T., Fasina, A.S. and Godonu K. (2011) Land Evaluation Studies of Two Wetland Soils in Nigeria.  International Research Journal of Agricultural Science Vol. 1 (6): 193-204.

    41.     Oso, T. P., A.S. Fasina, Shittu, S.O. and Godonu K (2011):  Land Degradation Studies of a Wetland Soil in Ado-Ekiti, South – Western Nigeria. Nigerian Journal of Soil Science, 22 (2). 174-185

    42.     Fasina, A.S, Awe, G.O and Aruleba, J.O, (2009): Qualitative and Quantitative Suitability Evaluation of Some Soils for Irrigation in South-West Nigeria.  Nigeria Journal of Soil Science Vol 19 (1): 118-128.

    43.    Fasina, A.S.; Shittu, O.S and Omoloja (2014): Rice Response to Nitrogen Fertilizers in Nigeria. Nigerian Journal of Soil Science Vol 23(1): 145-156.

    44.    A.S. Fasina, A. Raji, G.A. Oluwatosin, O.J. Omoju and D.A. Oluwadare (2015). Properties, Genesis, Classification, Capability and Sustainable Management of Soils from South Western Nigeria. International Journal of Soil Science, vol. 10 (3), 145 – 152. (Scopus)

    45.     A.S Fasina, A.Raji, G.A Oluwatosun, O.S Shittu, Omotoso, S.O and Awe, G.O (2015). Properties, Genesis, Classification, Capacity and Sustainable Management of soil from South –Western Nigeria. Nigeria Journal of Soil and Environmental Research 13:65 -75

    46.    Awe, G.O., Fasina, A.S., Shittu, S.O. Omole, L.A., Jejelowo, A.T. and Oparemi, A.D. (2016). Effect of Drip irrigation Frequency and N-Fertilization on Soil Physical Properties, Yield and Water Use Efficiency of Cucumber (Cucumissativus L) in Ado-Ekiti, Southwest Nigeria.Journal of Biology, Agriculture and Healthcare, 6(4), 32 – 46.

    47.    K.S Ogunleye, A.S Fasina,O.J Omoju, D.A Oluwadare, A.K Ogunleye, U.O Ogbonaya (2016): Granitic Soils of IKole , Properties,Classification, Genesis Agricultural Potential and Sustainable management Journals of Research in Agricultural Sciences 10 (10) :1-8 

    48.    Fasina, A.S., Oluwadare, D.A., Omoju, O., Oluleye, A.K., Ogbonnaya, U.O. and Ogunleye, K.S. (2015). Can Nigerian Soils Sustain Crop Production? The Dilemma of a Soil Scientist. Nature and Faune, 30(1), 35 – 39.FAO Journal

    49.    E.O. Onijigin, A.S. Fasina, D.A. Oluwadare, U.O. Ogbonnaya, K.S. Ogunleye and O.J. Omoju (2016).Influence of Fallow Ages on Soil Properties at Forest-Savannah Boundary in South Western Nigeria. International Journal of Plant and Soil Science, 10(1), 1 – 2. (Scopus)

    50.    Fasina, A.S, Raji, B.A, Oluwatosin, G.A, Shittu,O.S, Omotoso, S.O and Awe, G.O (2015). Properties genesis, classification, capability and Sustainable management of Soils from South Western in Nigeria Journal of Soil and Enivornmnetal Research Vol 13:65-75.

    51.    Uchenna, O., Ogbonnaya, James Thomas, Sunday A. Fasina, Kirk, T. Semple (2016). Impact of two Contrasting Biochars on the Bioaccessibility of 14 C – naphthalene in Soil. Environment and Technology and Innovation, 6, 80 – 93. Elservier (Scopus)

    52.    Gabriel Oladele Awe, Abayomi Sunday Fasina, Olubunmi, Samuel Shittu and Solomon Olusegun Omotoso (2017). Irrigation and Nutrient Management for Crop Production: Maize (Zeamais) Performance, Resource Use Efficiency and Temporal Variability of some Soil Properties. Journal of Biology, Agriculture and Healthcare, vol. 7 (14), 33 – 47.

    53.    Fasina, A.S, Raji,A,Oluwatosin, G.A,Omoju.O and Oluwadare,D.A (2018): Properties,Genesis,Clasification,Capability and Sustainable Management of Soil from Basement Complex parent material South Western- Nigeria. Nigerian Journal of Soil and Tillage Research Vol 4:99 – 111(Scopus)

    54.      Fasina, A.S, Shittu, O.S, Omoju,O.Oluleye,A.K and Oluwadare, D.A (2018): Influence of  Land use type and topography on Soil Quality in Southwestern Nigeria: Implication for Soil Management and Crop Production. Nigerian Journal of Soil and Tillage Research 4: 139 – 152(Scopus)

    55.     Fasina, B.O and Fasina, A.S (2017) Unlocking Entrepreneurship and Agricultural potentials in Tertiary Institutions for National Food Security: The Counsellor’s Perspective, EKSU Journal of Education 7(2): 103 – 112.

    56.     Segun, Oladele, Adebayo Adeyemo. Moses Awodun. Ayodele Ajayi. Abayomi Fasina (2019): Effects of biochair and nitrogen fertilizer on soil physiochemical properties, nitrogen use efficiency and upland rice (Oryza Sativa) yield grown on an Alfisol in south Western Nigeria. International Journal of Recycling of Organic waste in Agriculture, (Scopus) (Scopus)

    57.     Babalola, T.S, Fasina, A.S, Kadiri,W.O.J, Omonile, T, Ibitoye-Ayeni, N.K Mohammed S.A. (2019):- Fertlity Capacity Classification of Soils in Two Agro Ecological Zones in the Basement Complex zone of Nigeria International Journal of Research Studies in Agricultural Sciences (IJRSAS) Vol5(4): 37-48. ISSN.(online) 2454-6224.

    58.     Babalola,T.S, Fasina,A.S, Kadiri,W.O.J, Mohammed, S.A, Ogunleye,K.S and Ibitoye Ayeni,N.K. (2019): Land Capability classification of soils in a lithosequence within forest and Savannah zone of Nigeria. Elixir Agriculture 13 (2019) 53211-53216.

    59.    Babalola, T.S, Fasina, A.S, Kadiri, W.OJ, Ibitoye-Ayeni and Omonile,T. Title of Journal (2019). FUlafia Journal of Science and Technology. Vol 5 (No1): 54-65  

    60.    Uchenna.O;Ogbonnay, Ayodeji.O. Oyelami, Maryjane,O Umego, Ucheckukwu, V,Okere, Oluwadare, A. David, Sunday, A. Fasina, Kirk.T. Semple. (2017) : Assessment of PA.H Contaminated land : Implementing a risk – base approach : Environmental Technology and Innovation Journal Vol 8; 84-95. (Scopus)

    61.    Babalola, T.S, Fasina, A.S, Kadiri, N.O.J, Omonile,I.Ibitoye. Ayeni,N.K and Mohammed, S.A (2019) Fertility Capacity Classification Soils of two Agro-ecological zones in the basement Complex zone in Nigeria. International Journal of Research Studies in Agricultural Sciences Vol. 5 (4) 2019, pp 37

    62.    Babalola, T.S, Fasina, A.S and J.A Lawal (2020): The potential of Alfisols developed on different parent materials in two agro – ecological zones of oil palm production. Research on Crops 21 (1): 1-8 (Scopus)

    63.    Fasina, A.S, W.Kadiri, T. Babalola, K.S,Ogunleye,A.O. Ilori and O.S Shittu (2021): Influence of Land –Use and Soil depth on Soil organic carbon Stock in two agro-ecological zones of Nigeria. Research on crops 22 (2) 273-278(Scopus) Accepted

    64.    Fasina, A.S, Awe,G, Ilori,A.O, Ogunleye, K,T.S Babalola and Shittu, O.S (2021): Effect of Drip Irrigation frequency and N-fertilization on Yield and water use efficiency of Cucumber (Cucumis Sativis) in Ado Ekiti, Nigeria Research on Crops  22(2): 292-300 (Scopus) .

    65.    Babalola, T.S and Fasina, A.S (2020): Pedogenic forms of Iron and Manganese and its implication on soil genesis over a lithosequence in Nigeria. Nigeria Journal of Soil Science 30 (2): 42-53.  Accepted

    66.    Babalola,T.S, Fasina, A.S, Ayodele, F.G and Abadunmi, T (2020) Classification of Soils derived from Schist and Older grantite in the basement complex geology of Nigeria. Science Forum (Accepted).

    67.   W.O. Kadiri, A.S Fasina and T.S Babalola (2020): Soil Organic carbon (SOC) Concentration and Soil Carbon Stock of arable land use in two Agro-ecological zones of Nigeria Saudi Arabia Journal of Agricultural Sciences (Accepted) (Scopus).

    68.    A.S Fasina, O.S Shittu, K.S Ogunleye, A.O Ilori (2021): Effect of Drip Irrigation frequency, N-Fertilization and Mulching on Yield, Nitrogen and Water use Efficiencies of Cucumber (Cucumis Sativis L) in Ikole –Ekiti Asian Journal Of Agriculture and Rural Development  11(2): 184-191

    69.    Babalola T.S, Fasina,A.S Ogunleye, K.S and Abadunmi,T (2019): Distribution of Some Soil Nutrients in the Landscape of a Teaching and Research Farm in Kabba, Nigeria. International Journal of Scientific and Technology Research (Accepted)     

    70. Ayodele Ebenezer Ajayi, Diego Tassinari,Cezar Francisco, Oluwaseun Temitope Faboye, Fasina Abayomi, Moacir de Souza Dias Junior, Nilton Curi (2021) : Long –Term no tillage management impact on soil hydo-physical properties in coffee cultivation. Geoderma 404 (2021): 1-10

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