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Low Patronage of Cattle Ranch Regrettable – Manager

The Manager for the Cattle Ranching Project Committee is not a happy man. Mr. James Yaw Asante’s concerns arise out of the low patronage of the Cattle Ranching Project built to house cattle in the country. The Manager regretted that ...

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Thumbs Up For RAF 2018 But… – Somoah

The Manager for Adaptive Trial Station, Mr. Samuel Somuah has congratulated Rite FM on its organization of the ‘Rite FM Agric Forum 2018,’ describing the event as ‘very educative.’ An impressed Mr. Somoah who expressed his opinions on the forum ...

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Small Scale Farmers Encouraged To Conduct Market Surveys before Production

Agricultural Marketing Lecturer at the University of Cape Coast, Mr. Lawrence Acheampong is advising small scale farmers to conduct intensive market surveys to determine the demands of customers before going into productions. This, according to Mr. Acheampong is to avoid ...

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Fall Army Worms Effectively Managed – Deputy Agric Minister Reassures

The Deputy Minister for Food and Agriculture in charge of horticulture, Hon George Oduro has indicated that the fall army worm menace has been effectively managed. According to the deputy minister, the fall army worm menace which hit the industry ...

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“Is This Country Really Serious About Agriculture” – asks CEO of FMSL Multimedia

The CEO of the Farm Management Services Limited, FMSL Multimedia is lamenting about what he says is the indecent neglect with which State actors turn a blind eye to the development of the agric sector, most touted as the ‘backbone ...

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GMOs Will Boost Food Production – Farmer Davies Maintains Advocacy for GMO Acceptance

Celebrated Ghanaian farmer, Farmer Davies has reiterated his love for GMOs; they can help boost food production if adopted, he said. Mr. Korboe while speaking at the 3rd edition of the Rite FM Agric Forum said GMOs if adopted had ...

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Agriculture Holds Fortunes of Ghana’s Economic Transformation – Deputy Agric Minister

The Deputy Minister of Agriculture in charge of horticulture has lauded the critical role played by the agricultural sector in the country’s development. Hon George Oduro said the sector while playing a key role in the country’s economic transformation has ...

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Include Ginger Production in the Planting for Food and Job Policy – Naturopathic

A Naturopathic, who doubles as the Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of Gladfin Health Care at Spintex Basket in the Ledzokuku Krowor Municipal Assembly of the Greater Accra Region has suggested that ginger production should be included in the planting for ...

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Corporate Persons Encouraged To Own Farms to Enhance Food Sustainability, Security

The Chief Operations Officer of the Complete Farm Limited, Mr. Charles Ofosuhene has encouraged individuals, especially cooperate persons to own their own farms whilst doing other businesses. The call according to the COO is to enhance individual and the country’s ...

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NAPO Discounts Eastern University Relocation Claims

The Minister of Education. Hon Mathew Opoku Prempeh has dismissed claims by the minority in Parliament that the Akufo-Addo government intends relocating the main campus of the University of Environment and Sustainable Development to Bunso near Kyebi. The minority in ...

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