• Rich Collections of Underutilized Legumes

  • SUL National Executives Meeting With Convenant University

Dr. Adewale B. Daniel
National President, SUL
I welcome you to this platform and duly congratulate everyone who has opted for love and research pursuit on underutilized crop species. The many awful descriptions of this group of crop species (abandoned, almost-exiting, endangered, lesser, lost, neglected, orphaned, stigmatized, traditional, undervalued, underutilized species etc.) were so frightening that many who would have ambitiously enlisted to make a career in its research were discouraged and opted for change of research focus. I am glad to represent the interest of the many minds who have found this forte a worthwhile abode for their professional...READ MORE!

RESEARCH WORKS

Bambara Groundnut (Vigna subterranea L. Verdc.) Yield as Influenced by Phosphorus and Cultivars in the Semi-Arid Savanna of Nigeria

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Weed seed bank studies in the field of Fodder Cowpea [Vigna unguiculata (L.)]

 
 

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Bambara Groundnut (Vigna subterranea L. Verdc.) Yield as Influenced by Phosphorus and Cultivars in the Semi-Arid Savanna of Nigeria

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Competitive Effect of Prominent Weeds on Cowpea Cultivar in a Typical Ultisol

 

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About Society for Underutilized Legumes (SUL)

SUL is a unified body for the purpose of academic research and improved utilization of underutilized legumes, including prominent but orphan crops in tropical Africa. 

The aim of this organization is to encourage and to promote the growth and development of opportunities to researchers, entrepreneurs and …

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Underutilized Legumes

Underutilized Legumes

Take a look at the largest collection of bambara groundnut, a West African drought tolerant legume, in IITA Ibadan, Nigeria.

PUBLICATIONS and JOURNALS

About Journal of Underutilized Legumes

With Editorial Board members drawn from seasoned research scientists and research fellows, members of the academia, entrepreneurs and stakeholders in the business of underutilized legumes, both locally and on the worldwide scale, the journal is well positioned to serve its purpose to the least.
The Journal of Underutilized Legumes is an international peer-reviewed journal that is generally seeking to be one of the world’s most rated, well-indexed, and most globally circulated journal in the nearest future. JUL is dedicated to publishing original research articles as well as reviews and short communications on issues relating to research and development and other issues geared towards the improving the economics, utilization, conservation and general development of the underutilized legumes in the African Continent and the world at large. The Journal basically covers areas of Agronomy, Crop Development, Botany, Biochemistry, Animal Nutrition, Law, Commerce, Economics, and any other Field or Discipline wherein the research/discourse is majorly based on underutilized legumes.

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EDITORIAL TEAM

Dr Beckley Ikhajiagbe

JUL Editor in Chief

Dr Omena Bernard Ojuederie

Plant genetic and breeding/biotechnology

Dr Christopher Olumuyiwa Ilori

Plant Genetics and Molecular Biology

Dr Kehinde Olugboyega Soetan

Nutritional Biochemistry and Toxicology