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Climate Expert Plays Down Effects of Climate Change on Ghanaian Agriculture

Executive Director for the Center for Climate Change and Food Security, Mr. Nurudeen Mahamudu Mohammed, has allayed fears of serious climatic effects on Ghana.  Mr. Nurudeen’s assertions arise out of his belief that the effect of the phenomenon on Ghana ...

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Poultry Industry Remains an Employment Hub – Graduates Must Grab Opportunity

The country’s unemployment graduates have a huge job opportunity to grab in the poultry industry, this is the assertion of the Chief Executive Officer of Pamela Chicks and Feed, Madam Pamela Agbotse. Madam Agbotse who made the assertion in an ...

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Farmers Census Key to Agriculture Development

The Eastern Regional Agric Extension Officer is making a strong case for the revival of the national farmers’ census which he argued could offer the country the opportunity to determine the exact database of numbers in the country. According to ...

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More Hope for Women in Agriculture – SADI Boss

The Executive Director for the Savanna International Development Aid, Hajia Halima Sagito Saeed has expressed the hope that there’s more hope for women in agriculture since women fall within the whole food value chain within the sector. Hajia Halima Sagito ...

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Government Called Upon To Establish Seed Banks to Assist Farmers

First runner-up, 2017 national best farmer, Madam Mabel Ann Akoto Cudjoe is calling on government to set up seed banks to assist small holder farmers who find it difficult to afford improved seeds. According to her, the imported improved seeds available in ...

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Redirect Focus towards Organic Farming – Farmers Urged

Ghanaian farmers have been called upon to redirect their focus to organic farming as practiced by preceding farmers. The Chief Executive Officer of Grow West Africa, a Non-Government Organization who made the call said organic farming if adopted by the ...

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Poultry Farmers Must Insure Farms against Bird Flu – GAIP

Marketing Manager for the Ghana Agricultural Insurance Pool, GAIP, Mr. Jerry Quanson has advised poultry farmers to insure their farms against bird flu and other eventualities in the face of several risk factors associated with poultry farming in Ghana. According ...

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Cocoa Farmers Urged To Take Advantage of Cocoa Farmers Pension Scheme

Mr. Ebenezer Kwakye, Administrative Secretary In charge of the Pension Scheme for Cocoa Farmers has encouraged cocoa farmers who are yet to register with the cocoa farmers’ pension scheme to as a matter of urgency do so to ensure that ...

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Adverse Perception of Agriculture to Blame for Low Interest – Alistair Djimatey

Agriculture has no mentors or coaches and this is due to its historic negative perception. This is according to Mr. Alistair Djimatey- Public Relations Officer for Blue Skies Limited. According to him, farmers over the years created and held onto ...

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Farmer Beneficiaries of PFJ Must Pay Back Loans – National Best Farmer

2017 Overall National Best Farmer, Mr. Philip Kwaku Agyemang has urged his colleague farmers who have benefited from the first phase of the planting for food and job inputs supply to pay back the loans given to them to enable ...

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