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Bamire, AS, Ogunya LO, Ogunleye SA.  2017.  Factors Influencing Levels and Intensity of Adoption of New Rice for Africa (NERICA) among Rice Farmers in Ogun State, Nigeria. International Journal of Agricultural Economics. 2:84-89.
Bamire, AS, Ola AO.  2004.  Determinants of poultry manure use in smallholderland management decisions in the rain forest zone of Osun State, Nigeria. The Ogun Journal of Agricultural Sciences, Nigeria. 3(1):1-12.
Bamire, AS;, Akinola AA, Olubode-Awosola OO, Oyewusi G.  2008.  Economic analysis of crop-livestock production among smallholder farmers in the dry savanna of Nigeria. Ife Journal of Agriculture. 23(1):86-103.
Bamire, AS, Abdoulaye T, Sanogo D.  2012.  Determinants of Improved Maize adoption in Nigeria: Are they the same for Poor and Well Endowed Households? Ife Journal of Agriculture. 25:83-100..
Bamire, AS, Oludimu OI.  1997.  "Classifying Smallholder Farmers for Improved Production: A Nigerian Case Study on Farmers' Risk Attitudes. African Journal of Institutions and Development. :85-92.
Bamire, AS, Akinbode WO.  2015.  Determinants of adoption of improved maize varieties in Osun State, Nigeria. Journal of Agricultural Extension and Rural Development. 7(3):65-72.
Bamire, AS, Fabiyi YL.  2002.  Economic Implications of property rights on smallholder use of fertilizer in southwest Nigeria.. Land Reform, Land Settlement and Cooperatives. :86-92.
Bamire, AS, Adesiyan OF, Adesiyan AT, Coulibaly O, Asiedu R.  2015.  Effects of Policies on Yam Production and Consumption in Nigeria, Agribusiness. 32(3)(363-378)
Bamire, AS, Manyong VM.  2003.  Profitability of intensification technologies among smallholder maize farmers in the forest-savanna transition zone of Nigeria.. Agriculture, Ecosystems & Environment. :111-118.
Bamire, AS, Adeyemo R, Ogunleye AS, Kehinde AD.  2017.  Assessment of Profitability and Efficiency of Cassava Production among Government and Non-Government Assisted Farmers Association in Osun State, Nigeria.. African Journal of Rural Development. 2(3)
Bamire, SA, Abdoulaye T, Amaza P, Tegbaru A, Alene A, Kamara A.  2010.  Impact of promoting sustainable agriculture in Borno (PROSAB) program on adoption of improved crop varieties in Borno State of Nigeria, 07. Journal of Food, Agriculture and Environment. 8:391-398. Abstract
Bamire, AS, Deji OF.  2007.  Implications of land tenure and gender differentials on profitability of maize production in Nigeria. Journal of Agricultural Management and Rural Development, Nigeria. 4(1595-7715):137-157.
Bamire, AS, Abaidoo, R., Jemo, N., Abdoulaye T, Yusuf AA, Nwoke C.  2012.  Profitability Analysis of Commercial Chemical and BiologicalCrop products among Farm Households in Agro-ecological Zones of West Africa,. African Journal of Agricultural Research. 7(23)(3385-3394)
Bamire, AS, Ayanwale AB.  1996.  Costs and Returns in Alternative Poultry Keeping Systems in Southern Nigeria: A Comparative Analysis. The Indian Journal of Economics. LXXVI:47-59.
Bamire, AS, Ogunleye, A. S., Adeyemo R, Binuomote SO.  2013.  Impacts of Migration on Agricultural Productivity in Osun State, Nigeria. Elixir International Journal of Agriculture, India. 64(18766-18770)
Bamire, AS, Ayanwale AB.  2000.  Improving Household Food Security under the Prevailing Land Tenure Systems in Osun State of Nigeria. African Scientist,. 1:183-188.
Bamire, AS, Adeyemo FS, Ilori MO.  2015.  Assessment of Research and Development Results’ Transfer and Commercialisation in Research Institutes in Southwestern Nigeria. Journal of Industrial Research & Technology. 4(1)
Bamire, AS, Oke JTO.  2003.  Profitability of vegetable farming under rainy- and dry-season production in southwestern Nigeria. Journal of Vegetable Crop Production. 9(2):11-18.
Bamire, AS, Kehinde AD, Fatunbi O, Amujoyegbe BJ.  2016.  Analysis of Agrochemical Usage among Cocoa Farmers in the Innovation Platform of the Humidtropics Programme in Southwestern Nigeria. International Journal of Advanced Research in Biological Sciences. 3(11)(2348 - 8069)
Bamire, AS, Alimi T, Ayanwale AB.  2004.  Economic efficiency of land improvement techniques among cassava farmers in the wetlands of Nigeria. Eastern Africa Journal of Rural Development (EAJRD). 20 (1):45-46.
Bamire, AS, Abaidoo R, Jemo M, Abdoulaye T, Yusuf A, Nwoke OC.  2012.  Profitability analysis of commercial chemical and biological crop products among farm households in agro-ecological zones of West Africa, 2012/06/19. 7:3385-3394. Abstract

This paper evaluates the costs and returns incurred by the use of chemical and biological crop products among households in five selected Compro communities in the derived, Southern Guinea, Northern Guinea, Sudan and Sahel Savanna agro-ecological zones (AEZs) in West Africa. Sixty households were randomly selected in each of the communities to give a total of 300 households. Data were collected on the characteristics of the chemical products, households' socio-economic variables such as age and education, as well as, on farm input and output quantities and prices in the 2009/2010 periods using a pre-tested questionnaire. Data were analyzed with descriptive statistics and budgetary techniques. The Results obtained show a male dominant, fairly literate farming household, with small landholdings (comprising mainly cereal and legume fields) that are predominantly inherited and located far away from the homestead. Inorganic fertilizers, organic manure, improved seeds and pesticides are known as commercial inputs/ products used on farmers' fields, while agrolizer, apron plus and boost extra are the emerging products. The average quantity of inputs applied varied across the zones. The total quantity of inorganic fertilizer applied on the fields was highest in the NGS (924 kg) and lowest in the Sudan (676 kg). However, fertilizer application per hectare by respondents was below recommended dosages across the zones. The emerging chemical inputs (Agrolizer, Boost Extra and Apron Plus) were used only in Compro communities in the derived savanna (DS) and southern guinea savanna (SGS) by a small number of households. The results obtained from budgetary analysis show that gross margin per hectare was highest in the SGS ($ 254) where the emerging inputs were used by 41.7% of the households and lowest in the Sahel ($ 76). Organic fertilizer was used only in small quantities in the AEZs. Total variable costs accounted for more than 30% of revenue generated, and labour and fertilizer accounted for the highest percentage of these costs. The study concludes that promoting the emerging chemical inputs through increased accessibility and farmers' training on their appropriate agronomic use would increase farmers' income generating potentials for sustainable crop production across the AEZs.

Bamire, AS, O.O.Olubode, Akinola AA.  2005.  Socioeconomic Analysis of Smallholder Land Management Practices in Rice-based Production Systems in Nigeria. Eastern Africa Journal of Rural Development. 21(1):84-95.
Bamire, A. S., Abdoulaye T, Amaza P, Tegbaru A, Alene AD, Kamara AY.  2010.  Impact of promoting sustainable agriculture in Borno (PROSAB) program on adoption of improved crop varieties in Borno State of Nigeria. Journal of Food, Agriculture & Environment. 8 (3 & 4):391-398..
Bamire, AS, Oguntade AE.  1994.  Effect of Risk Attitudes on Farm Profitability among Arable Crop Farmers: A Case Study.. The Indian Journal of Economics. LXXIV:531-542.