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Ghana 2017 (long) farmer soybean leaflet

Summary:

This 8 page A5 leaflet explains the key principles for growing soybean in Northern Ghana.

Languages:
English
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Ghana 2017 soybean agro-dealer banner

Summary:

Banner designed to support agro-dealers to promote inputs distributed as part of the capacity building process in Ghana agro-dealers co-developed by CABI and Green-Ef with the support of IITA.

Languages:
English
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New Fertilizer Recommendations for Ghana

Summary:

It is recommended that fertilizer producing companies work closely with CSIR-SRI in the development and validation of fertilizer blends for up-scaling with smallholder farmers in the Forest-Savannah Transition and Guinea Savannah zones of Ghana, towards achieving improved cropland productivity for food security, poverty reduction and environmental sustenance.

For the farmers to reap the maximum benefit of fertilizer use, they have to be trained on the 4 Rs, which refers to:

  • Right timing
  • Right quantity
  • Right Placement
  • Right quality of fertilizers.
Languages:
English
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Bottle top fertilizer

Northern Ghana Soybean Technical Brief 2017

Summary:

A summary of all of the main stages of soybean development and the application of improved technologies including improved seed, inoculant and P fertilizer.

Languages:
English
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Photo Kenya soybean on hand 2

Optimizing Fertiziler & ISFM in Ghana

Summary:

Optimizing Fertilizer Use within the Context of Integrated Soil Fertility Management in Ghana is chapter 6 of the OFRA publication - Fertilizer use optimization in sub-Saharan Africa

OFRA book on Fertilizer Use Optimization - low res

Languages:
English
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OFRA book

Ghana Country Profile 2015

Summary:

Contents of the Ghana country profile:

  • OVERVIEW
  • BACKGROUND
    • The role of agriculture in national economy
    • The importance of B&MGF priority crops
    • ISFM relevant policies
    • The importance of private sector
  • KNOWLEDGE SHARING ECOSYSTEMS
    • The structure of national extension services
    • Media penetration
    • Youth initiatives
  • POTENTIAL PARTNERS
    • Potential delivery partners
    • Potential knowledge partners
    • Potential scale-up opportunities
Languages:
English
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Ghana ISFM-soil test decision table

Summary:

The decision table works with the fertilizer optimisation tool to support farmers with fertilizer investment decisions.

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