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Profile of OLUWATOYINBO, Foluke Iyabo

Profile of OLUWATOYINBO, Foluke Iyabo (Director, College Consultancy)


B.Sc (Hons), M.Sc (Ibadan), PhD (Ife)

Areas of Specialisation:: Soil Science



Phone Number :: +234-08033249242

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1) Publications and Research works with dates:

a. Theses/Dissertation:

1. Aromatic Nucleophilic Substitution: The reaction of Dinitrophenyl Sulphide with Piperidine in Dimethyl Formamide. (B.Sc. Project, June, 1977).

2. The status of Chemistry Teaching in some selected Secondary Schools in Ibadan. Postgraduate Dip. Education Project, June, 1982.

3. Evaluation of Different Methods of Determining Lime Requirement in Tropical Acid soils. (M.Sc. Thesis. October 1985).

4. Lime Requirement of Typical Acid Soils of Nigeria. (PhD. Thesis. 1997)

b. Published Articles:

1. Oguntoyinbo F. I. (1980) Maintaining soil fertility for improved crop production Women Agriculturists & Home Scientists (AWAHE) Farm and Home News 1( I): 1-5.

2. Oguntoyinbo F.I;Aduayi E.A and R.A Sobulo (1995).Effect of overliming on grain yield and tissue composition of maize (Zeamays.L) in Nigeria. African Soils (Special Edition) 28:411-414.

3. Oguntoyinbo F. I;Aduayi E. A. and R. A. Sobulo (1996). Effect of lime on yield and nutrient uptake of maize grown on two. Nigerian acid soils. NAFCON field Notes. 10 (4): 3 – 4.

4. Oguntoyinbo F. I., Aduayi E. A. and R. A. Sobulo (1996). Effectiveness of some local Liming Materials in Nigeria as ameliorants of soil acidity. Jour. Plant Nutrition.19 (7): 999-1016.

5. Adediran J. A., Oguntoyinbo F. I., and R. A. Sobulo (1998). Evaluation of Phosphate availability from three Phosphorus sources in Nigerian Soils. Communications in Soil Science and Plant Analysis 29(17 and 18): 2659 – 2674.

6. Akande M. O., Oguntoyinbo F. I., and J. A. Adediran. (2000). The potential agronomic value of calcium in Sokoto Rock phosphate from Northern Nigeria. Nig. J. of Pure and Applied Science. 15:1024 – 1030.

7. Makinde, E. A; Agboola, A. A.; Oluwatoyinbo, F. I; and B. S. Alabi, (2000). Relaying Soybean into Cassava/Maize/Melon mixture under different fertilizer types: Effects on Cassava Growth and Yield. Bull. Science. Assoc. of Nigeria. 23: 33 – 38).

8. Makinde E.A; Agboola A.A and F.I. Oluwatoyinbo (2001).The effects of organic and inorganic fertilizers on the growth and yield of maize in a maize/melon intercrop. Moor J. Agric. Res. 2:15-20.

9. Abimbola A. F; Okunlola, O. A; Ojo A. M. and F. I. Oguntoyinbo, (2001). Agrogeological Studies of Limestone, Phosphate and Gypsum Occurrences in the Dahomey Basin, Southwestern Nigeria in Relation to Soil Acidity Amelioration. Nig. Jour. Sci. 36(2):119-128.

10. Oluwatoyinbo F.I. (2001). Soil Degradation and Crop Production in Humid forest zones of Africa. African Soils. XXXIII: 56 –69.

11. Akande M. O., Adediran J. A., Oluwatoyinbo F. I., Anifalaje T. A. and R. A. Omotunde (2001). Comparative effective of lime and cowpea residue on dry matter yield of maize and soil chemical properties. Nig. Jour. of Pure and Applied Science 16:1104-1109.

12. Akande M.O; Oluwatoyinbo F. I; Adediran J.A; Buari K.W and I.O Yusuf (2003). Soil Ammendments affect the release of P from Rock Phosphates and development and yield of Okra. Jour. of Vegetable Crop Production. 9(2):3-9.

13. Adediran J.A; Akande M.O and F. I Oluwatoyinbo (2004).Effect of Mucuna intercropped with Maize on soil fertility and yield of Maize. Ghana Jour. of Agric Science 37:15-22.

14. Akande M.O; Adediran J.A and F. I. Oluwatoyinbo (2005).Effects of Rock Phosphate amended with Poultry manure on soil available P and yield of Maize and Cowpea. African Jour of Biotech. 4(5):444-448.

15. Oluwatoyinbo F. I; Akande M.O and J.A Adediran (2005). Response of Okra (Abelmochusesculentus) to Lime and Phophorus fertilization in an acid soil. World Jour. of Agric Science 1(12):178-183

16. Akande M.O; Oluwatoyinbo F. I; Kayode C.O and F.A. Olowookere (2006).Response of Maize (Zea mays L.) and Okra (Abelmoschusesculentus) intercrop relayed with Cowpea (Vignaunguiculata) to different levels of cow dung amended phosphate rock. World Jour. of Agric.Sci.2(1):119-122.

17. Makinde E.A; Oluwatoyinbo F.I and O.T. Ayoola (2006). Intercropping and crop residue incorporation: Effects on soil nutrient status. Journal of Plant Nutrition. 29(2):235-244.

18. Akande M.O; Adediran J.A; Oluwatoyinbo F.I; Makinde E.A and M.T. Adetunji (2008). Suitability of Poultry Manure amended Rock Phosphate on growth, nutrient uptake and yield of chilli pepper (Capsicum fruitscen L.) Nigerian Jour. of Soil Sci. 18:167-174.

19. Akande, M.O ;Kayode C.O; Oluwatoyinbo F. I and J. A. Adediran (2008).Efficiency of NEB-33 fortified fertilizer on growth and yield of pepper (Capsicum fruitscen). African Jour. of Biotech. 7(7):873-877.

20. Akande M.O; Oluwatoyinbo F. I; Kayode C.O; Adetunji M.T and F.A. Olowookere (2008). Effects of Ogun Rock Phosphate amended with different levels of Cow dung on the growth and yield of maize and okra intercrop relayed with cowpea. African Jour. of Biotech. (Kenya).

21. Ande O.T; Senjobi B.A and F. I. Oluwatoyinbo(2008). Assessment of Soil Quality for Cassava Production in Nigeria. Journal of Education and Rural Development.

22. Oluwatoyinbo, F .I; Akande M.O;E.A Makinde and J.A Adediran(2009). Growth and yield response of Okra to Lime and Compost in an acid soil in the humid tropics. Research Journal of Agricultural and Biological Science. 5(5):858-863.

23. Oluwatoyinbo F. I; Akande, M. O; Okunlola, O. A; Abimbola, A. F; and E.O Kodaolu (2009).Evaluation of some selected Nigerian rocks for Liming potential. Moor journal of Agric Res.10:7-16.

24. Adelekan B. A; Oluwatoyinbo F. I. and J.A. Bamigboye. (Feb.2010) Comparative effects of Digested and Undigested Poultry manure on growth and yield of maize (Zea mays L.) African Jour. of Environmental Sci. and Technology Vol. 4(2). pp100-107.

25. Akande, M, O., E. A. Makinde, F. I. Oluwatoyinbo and M. T. Adetunji . (2010). Effects of phosphate rock application on dry matter yield and phosphorus recovery of maize and cowpea grown in sequence.African Journal of Environmental Science and Technology (AJEST). Vol . 4(5), pp. 239-303.

26. Akande M.O; Oluwatoyinbo F. I; Makinde E.A; Adepoju S.A and I.S.Adepoju, (2010).Response of okra to organic and inorganic fertilization. Nature and Science (USA) 8(11):261-266.

27. Oluwatoyinbo F.I; Akande,M.O and J. A. Adediran (2010). Effects of Lime and phosphorus fertilization on growth and yield of okra in an acid soil. Moor Journal of Agric. Research. Vol. 10

28. Ande O.T; Senjobi B; Adediran J.A and F. I. Oluwatoyinbo (2010). Effects of land use on nutrient distribution on a gently undulating landscape in the derived savanna of southwestern Nigeria. Moor Journal of Agric. Vol. 2, pp 1-7.

29. Akande M. O; E. A. Makinde; O. A. Aluko; F. I. Oluwatoyinbo and J. A. Adediran (2011). Rock Phosphate Amendment Effects on Kenaf (Hibiscus cannabinusL. growth and yield. Tropical and Subtropical Agroecosystems Journal. 14(2): 559- 565.

30. Adewumi I.O; F.I. Oluwatoyinbo; E.O.Augustus; L.F.Oladejo and D.O. Aremu. (2013). Investigation of ICT Tools in Poultry Brooding System. International Journal of Innovative Research and Development.Vol. 2:13.110- 118.

Dr. Mrs F.I. Oluwatoyinbo

Director, College Consultancy