Dr. Olaleye Adesola Olutayo

Dr. Olaleye Adesola Olutayo

Professor
The University of Swaziland, Swaziland, Southern Africa


Highest Degree
Ph.D. in Agriculture from University of Ibadan, Nigeria

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Area of Interest:

Plant and Soil Sciences
100%
Pedology
62%
Soil Chemistry
90%
Wetland
75%
Soil Plant Relationship
55%

Selected Publications

  1. Olaleye, A.O., E. Tambi, S. Bangali and G.O.A. Odularu, 2016. Likoti farming under changing climate in lesotho: Agronomic grain yield versus technical efficiency. J. Ecosys. Ecograph., 10.4172/2157-7625.S5-001.
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  2. Legese, S.A., O.A. Olutayo, H. Sulaiman and P. Rao, 2016. Assessing climate change impacts in the Lake Tana Sub-Basin, Ethiopia using livelihood vulnerability approach. J. Earth Sci. Clim. Change, Vol 7. 10.4172/2157-7617.1000368.
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  3. Mekbib, S.B., A. Olaleye, M. Johane and T. Wondimu, 2015. Microbial and physico-chemical evaluation of soils from different farming systems practicing fields in Lesotho and the adaptive capacity of Machobane farming system to climate change. Afr. J. Agric. Res., 10: 3851-3859.
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  4. Olaleye, A.O., 2014. Wetland Soils & water Management in Nigeria. ISTIC-TWAS Publication 16. Int. Sci. Technol. Innov., 2: 142-149.

  5. Nkheloane, T., A.O. Olaleye and R. Mating, 2014. Rainfall variability at a decadal time scale and temperature trend in two distinct agro-ecological zones of lesotho. Lesotho J. Agric. Sci., 3: 35-47.

  6. Nkheloane, T., A.O. Olaleye and R. Mating, 2012. Spatial heterogeneity of soil physico-chemical properties in contrasting wetland soils in two agro-ecological zones of Lesotho. Soil Res., 50: 579-587.
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  7. Tijani, M.N., A.O. Olaleye and O.O. Olubanjo, 2011. The impact of urbanization on wetland degradation: a case study of Eleyele Wetland, Ibadan, SW-Nigeria. Afr. Geosci. Rev., 18: 7-24.

  8. Olaleye, A.O., G.E. Akinbola and B.O. Akintade, 2011. Gravel, soil organic matter, and texture in fallowed alfisols, entisols and ultisols: implications for root and tuber crops. Communicat. Soil Sci. Plant Analys., 42: 2624-2641.
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  9. Olaleye A.O., 2011. Mountain Watershed in Lesotho: Water Quality, Anthropogenic Impacts, and Challenges. In: Management of Mountain Watersheds, Krecek, J., M. Haigh, T. Hofer and E. Kubin (Eds.). Springer Netherlands, New Delhi, ISBN: 978-94-007-2475-4..

  10. Olaleye A.O., 2011. Mountain Watershed in Lesotho: Water Quality, Anthropogenic Impacts, and Challenges. In: Management of Mountain Watersheds, Krecek, J., M. Haigh, T. Hofer and E. Kubin (Eds.). Springer Netherlands, New Delhi, ISBN: 978-94-007-2475-4..

  11. Olaleye, A.O., O.A. Osiname, R.O. Fashola, G.E. Akinbola, S.A. Ayanlaja, J.O. Akinyemi and J. Obuh, 2010. Interaction between grain yields of rice (Oryza sativa L.) and environment (soil) in four agro-ecological zones in Nigeria. Commun. Soil Sci. Plant Anal., 41: 1220-1236.
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  12. Olutayo, O.A., A.O. Ogunkunle, B.N. Sigh, F.O. Odeleye, O.A. Dada and B.A. Senjobi, 2009. Elemental composition of two rice cultivars under potentially toxic an aquept and aquent. Agricultura-Revista Stiinta Practica Agricola, 18: 39-45.
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  13. Olaleye, A.O., A.O. Ogunkunle, B.N. Singh, G.E. Akinbola, F.O. Tabi, O.O. Fayinminu and M.E. Iji, 2009. Ratios of nutrient in lowland rice grown on two iron toxic soils in Nigeria. J. Plant Nutr., 32: 1336-1352.
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  14. Olaleye, A.O., A.O. Ogunkunle, B.N. Singh, F.O. Odeleye, O.A. Dada and B.A. Senjobi, 2009. Elemental composition of two rice cultivars in potentially toxic aquept and aquent. Not. Sci Biol., 1: 46-49.
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  15. Olaleye, A. O., B.N. Singh, G.E. Akinbola and J. Obuh, 2009. Morphology, organic carbon, and groundwater table fluctuations in two benchmark wetlands sites in Nigeria. Agric. Conspectus Sci., 74: 31-37.

  16. Olaleye, A.O., U.M. Ndubuaku and O.A. Dada, 2008. Comparative study of the performance of Jute plant (Corchorus olitorius l.) On home garden soil, farmland and cocoa plantation soils as influenced by varying levels of N-fertilizer. Agro-Science, 7: 78-84.

  17. Olaleye, A.O., A.O. Ogunkunle and G.E. Akinbola, 2008. Dynamics of iron oxides in two benchmark inland valley soils and rice grain yields in Nigeria. Commun. Soil Sci. Plant Ana., 39: 2939-2949.
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  18. Olaleye, A.O, G.E. Akinbola, V.M. Marake, S.F. Molete and B. Mapheshoane, 2008. Soil in suitability evaluation for irrigated lowland rice culture in south western Nigeria: Management implications for sustainability. Commun. Soil Sci. Plant Anal., 39: 2920-2938.
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  19. Olaleye, A.O and A.O. Ogunkunle, 2008. Management of two potentially iron toxic benchmark wetlands using integrated approach for rice production in Nigeria. J. Agron. Crop Sci., 194: 237-243.
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  20. Adigun, M.O, G.E. Akinbola, A.O. Olaleye and J. Obuh, 2008. Variability of soil properties across planted fallows under earthworm casts on an alfisols in south Western Nigeria. World J. Agric. Sci., 4: 435-441.
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  21. Odeleye, F.O., O.M.O. Odeleye, A.O. Olaleye and F.B. Yakubu, 2007. Effect of sowing depth on emergence, growth and yield of Okra (Abelmoschus esculentus) (L). Moench). J. Food, Agric. Environ., 5: 205-209.
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  22. Olaleye, A.O., U.M. Ndubaku and O.A. Dada, 2006. The performance of Corchorus olitorius (L) on soils of three land use types as influenced by varying levels of N-Fertilizers. Bull. Sci. Assoc. Niger., 27: 44-47.

  23. Odeleye, O.M.O., F.O. Odeleye, A.O. Olaleye and A.O. Togun, 2006. Response of egg plant (Solanum melongena (L) to NPK fertilizer on degraded Alfisol in South Western Nigeria. Nigerian J. Ecol., 7: 6-9.

  24. Boubacar, B., A.O. Olaleye and A.I. Adeoti, 2006. Soil water conservation and rainwater harvesting technologies in the semi-arid zone of Sub-Saharan Africa. GRID Magazine, 34: 12-13.

  25. Akinbola, G.E., J.O. Ojetade and A.O. Olaleye, 2006. Variability of soil properties along two toposequences on Basement Complex in south Western Nigeria. Discovery and Innovation J., 18: 44-52.

  26. Adeoti. I.O., B. Boubacar, A.O. Olaleye and A.I. Adeoti, 2006. Treadle pump dissemination in West Africa: Performance, problems and prospects. GRID Magazine, 34: 11-12.

  27. Odeleye, F.O., O.M.O. Odeleye, O.A. Dada and A.O. Olaleye, 2005. The response of Okra (Abelmoschus esculentus, (L). Moench) to varying levels of poultry manure and plant population density under sole cropping. J. Food, Agric. Environ., 3-4: 68-74.