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Dr. Samuel Njiri Ndirangu Publications

  1. Okeyo, S.O., Ndirangu, S.M, Isaboke, H.N., and Njeru, L. K., (2020). Determinants of sorghum productivity among small-scale farmers in Siaya County, Kenya. African Journal of Agricultural Research 16(5): 722-731
  2. Mwangi, T. M., Ndirangu, S.M, Isaboke, H.N. (2020). Technical efficiency in tomato production among smallholder farmers in Kirinyaga County, Kenya. African Journal of Agricultural Research 16(5): 667-677
  3. Ambetsa, F. L., Mwangi, S. C., Ndirangu, S.M (2020). Technical efficiency and its determinants in sugarcane production among smallholder sugarcane farmers in Malava sub-county, Kenya. African Journal of Agricultural Research 15(3): 351-360
  4. Wambua, D. M., Ndirangu, S.M., Njeru, L. K., Gichimu, B.M. (2019). Effects of recommended improved crop technologies and socio-economic factors on coffee profitability among smallholder farmers in Embu County, Kenya. African Journal of Agricultural Research14(34): 1957-1966
  5. Murimi, E. K., Njeru, L. K., Gichimu, B.M., Ndirangu, S.M. (2019). Effects of Urban Expansion on Agricultural Resources: A Case Study of Embu Town in Kenya. Asian Journal of Agricultural Extension, Economics & Sociology 33(4): 1-11
  6. Ndirangu, S.M, Mbogoh, S.G, Mbatia, O.L.E (2018). Evaluation of the Elasticity of Farm Output among Smallholder Farmers in Selected Agro-Ecological Zones of Embu County, Kenya. Asian Journal of Agricultural Extension, Economics & Sociology 26(3): 1-10, 2018; Article no.AJAEES.43048 ISSN: 2320-7027 PDF Version
  7. Ndirangu, S.M,  Mbogoh, S.G, Mbatia, O.L.E (2017). An Analysis of the Impact of Agro-Ecological Zones on the Influence of the Key Factors That Affect Food Security: The Case of the Embu County in Kenya. World Journal of Research and Review (WJRR) 5(2): 64-72
  8. Ndirangu, S.M,  Mbogoh, S.G, Mbatia, O.L.E (2017). Effects of Land Fragmentation on Food Security in Three Agro-ecological Zones of Embu County in Kenya. Asian Journal of Agricultural Extension, Economics & Sociology 18(4): 1-9