Background of the Study
Prior to the formulation of the National Policy on Education, the system expressed a bias against science courses. Such courses require a considerable proportion of practical sessions (Denga 1982, Osuala, 1987). It is quite imperative that schools, colleges and universities and students engage in courses that will assist them to make use of their aptitude, skills, talents and intelligent quotient ¡n line with meeting the aspiration of the society Students could be used to convey useful information to their parents based on the prevailing situation and subsequent implication of such condition. In recent years, the rate of population growth is increasing in geometrical progression against the food production which is growing in arithmetical progression. There should be a need to address the issue and encourage farmers to adopt a new research method and techniques to increase the food output.