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Many African foods undergo lactic acid fermentation; alterations of these germane microorganisms during fermentation of ogi can affect its acceptability as a weaning food. Effects of garlic and ginger on microorganisms' load during the production of fermented cereal (ogi) from quality protein maize were explored. Powdered garlic and ginger individually and mixed at ratio (2 and 4%) resulted in 7 treatments. The microbial loads were enumerated, isolates identified, pH and total titratabledoi:10.4314/agrosh.v20i1.8s fatcat:7xommkpyyzfwpelwdvvlkcqmym