Crop Science & Technology Department

School of Agriculture & Agricultural Technology (SAAT)

Dr. (Mrs) O. P. Onyewuchi

Dr. (Mrs) O. P. Onyewuchi

Head of Department

B Sc., M Sc., PhD.

Dr. (Mrs) O. P. Onyewuchi

Head of Department

  • Academic Staff


    Prof. J. C. Obiefuna

    Prof. M. I. Nwufo

    Prof. M. C. Ofoh

    Prof. C. M. Agu

    Prof. I. I. Ibeawuchi

    Prof. I. J. Ogoke

    Prof. A. E. Ibe


    Dr. A. A. Ngwuta

    Dr. C. I. Duruigbo

    Dr. G. O. Ihejirika

    Dr. (Mrs.) O. P. Onyewuchi

    Dr. (Mrs.) M. O. Ofor

    Dr. (Mrs.) C. P. Anyanwu

    Dr. G. C. Onyishi

    Senior Lecturer

    Dr. S. A. Dialoke

    Dr. K. O. Ogbedeh

    Dr. C. O. Echereobia

    Dr. F. O. Ojiako

    Dr. N. C. Adikuru

    Lecturer I

    Mr. C. T. Tom

    Mr. I. N. Chigbundu

    Dr. E. M. Nwokeji

    Mr. N. C. Onwubiko

    Dr. (Mrs.) L. C. Emma-Okafor

    Mrs. C. O. Cookey

    Mrs. E. R. Keyagha

    Lecturer II

    Dr. N. A. Okoli

    Mr. V. E. Ogwudire

    Dr. (Mrs.) R. A. Alagba

    Dr. (Mrs.) C. Peter-Onoh

    Assistant Lecturer

    Dr. S. E. Okere

    Mr. O. M. Nnebue


Life on planet earth is sustained primarily by the energy from the sun. Of all life forms, only plants are able to harness the energy from the sun and they subsequently make same available to other forms of life. Hence, plants are referred to as primary producers. Plants are therefore strategically positioned at the centre of sustainable life on earth. This goes to explain why the indiscriminate exploitation of plant life has made global warming a contemporary issue.  Consequently, proper management of plant resources has become imperative.

In the Department of Crop Science and Technology, we are concerned with the management and improvement of crops which comprise all plant life forms that are cultivated to provide food, shelter and clothing for man and his animals. The Department which started in 1982 as Crop Production Programme in the School of Agriculture and Agricultural Technology offers undergraduate and postgraduate programmes in different areas of crop science including: Farming Systems; Crop Physiology; Plant Breeding; Crop Production; Horticulture; Entomology; Nematology; Plant Pathology; Weed Science. These open up a vast array of career opportunities in different spheres of the economy to students on graduation. Ultimately, the Department of Crop Science and Technology aims at improving crop production in the cropping systems of prevailing in the different ecological zone of Nigeria.

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