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Nigeria

Date Activities Sort descending Partners Funders Country/Region
2011 Developing low-cost methods of manufacturing biocontrols.

IITAUSDA

USAID Washington

Nigeria
2011–2012 Development and commercialization of the biological control of aflatoxins.

IITA

Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation

Nigeria
2012 Expanding the commercialization of biocontrol activities.

USDAIITAFederal Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development, NigeriaDoreo PartnersNational Agency of Food and Drugs Administration and Control of NigeriaCommercial Agriculture Development ProgramUSDAAATF

Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation

Nigeria
2013 In order to facilitate easy and rapid identification of aflatoxin-producing Aspergillus species, the phenotypic traits of Aspergillus section Flavi isolates were examined on neutral red desiccated coconut agar (NRDCA).

Babcock University, Ilishan-Remo

Ezekiel

Nigeria
2012-ongoing Partnership for Mycotoxin Control in Nigeria (PAMYCON) focuses on awareness, advocacy, communication, and suveillance study.

NAFDAC, SON, CBN, IITA, Ministry of Agriculture, Ministry of Health, NEXIM Bank, NEPC, etc.

Nigeria
2016 Research on the possibility of reducing aflatoxin and increasing yield at the pre planting stage of maize using an organic product produced in the USA.

Babcock University

Babcock University

Nigeria
2011-2012 Seventy composite samples of maize grains stored  in five agro-ecological zones (AEZs) of Nigeria where maize is predominantly produced were evaluated for the presence of microbial metabolites with the LC-MS/MS technique.

McPherson University

Self , Adetunji and The Institute of Food Security, Environmental Resources and Agricultural Research (IFSERAR), Federal University of Agriculture, Abeokuta, Nigeria

Nigeria
2011 Seventy composite samples of stored maize grains collected from farmers’ storage structures in five agroecological  zones of Nigeria (AEZs):

McPherson University, Seriki-Sotayo

Nigeria
2011 Sixteen fonio millet and 17 sesame samples were analysed for incidence of moulds, especially aflatoxigenic Aspergillus species, in order to determine the safety of both crops to consumers,

Babcock University, Ilishan-Remo

Ezekiel

Nigeria
2011 Studies were conducted to determine the effect of lemon grass (Cymbopogon citratus (DC.) Stapf.) treatments on A.

McPherson University, Seriki-Sotayo

Nigeria
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