Dr. Ebrima S. Njie is a lecturer at the University of the Gambia School of Agriculture and Environmental Sciences. He is currently serving as a research fellow at the Institute for Social Research and Development (ISRAD). His research interest is centered on agronomy of horticultural crop, seed science and technology and rural development. Dr. Njie earned his MSc and PhD in horticultural science from the University of Ankara in the Republic of Turkey. His MSc thesis research was on the impacts of relative humidity and temperature on the quality of vegetable seed stored under Gambian conditions. At PhD level Dr. Njie’s research area was on low cost seed storage methods using wood ash and charcoal to preserve seed quality. Dr. Njie has had a few publications generally on seed quality preservation, seed germination enhancement, and seed vigor evaluation. He currently lectures courses in agronomy, horticulture and seed science and technology to BSc, MSc and Ph.D. students at the University of The Gambia.