Category: Projects in Ghana

Breakthrough for Ghana’s Cocoa Farmers: First-Time Ownership of Timber Trees

Accra — UN International Day of Forests announcement positions farmers to benefit from agroforestry and contribute to fight against deforestation and climate change Ghana’s Forestry Commission approves tree registration for 150 cocoa farmers near Asankrangwa, in Ghana’s Western Region Shade trees are conducive to a positive cycle of afforestation on cocoa farms For the first time ever in Ghana, cocoa… Read more →

Weather Forecast (March 19, 2018): Nkoranza

Monday, March 19, 2018– Weather forecast for Nkoranza (Brong Ahafo Region) of Ghana: Very hot during the day (33C) and warm at night (22C). It will rain (73% chance), wind is normal (4km). To subscribe for location-specific weather information for your farming community, email:  or Call the Farmer Helpline: 0500000996 Read more →

Job Opportunities: Ghana Commodity Exchange (GCX)

Vacancy Announcement: Ghana Commodity Exchange (GCX) Published by Agricinghana Media The Ghana Commodity Exchange (GCX) is a regulated market that links buyers and sellers of agricultural commodities and other commodities to trade under Rules , assuring the market quality, quantity and timely settlement of their trade. The GCX vision is to transform the economy of Ghana by using innovative and… Read more →

Satellite technology for farming in Ghana

Over the past half decade various forms of information and communication technologies (ICTs) have been deplored across farms in Ghana to boost production, monitor crop growth, optimise water use, and provide advanced detection of diseases and pests on crop fields. Technology needs of medium to large scale commercial farmers differ from that of smallholder food producers. However, innovations are helping… Read more →

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Dear Readers, since 2011 we strive to consistently provide useful agricultural content, trusted information, and serve as your hub for agricultural intelligence in Ghana. All this is done at no cost to readers. Unlike others, we have not put up any paywall. We believe quality agricultural information should be free, readily available and accessible to serve the need of interested… Read more →

Climate Change, Innovations, and Syecomp

Agriculture is predominantly rainfed in Ghana where the climate is dominated by the inter tropical convergence zone and the hot, dry harmattan winds blowing from the Sahara. The south of the country experiences a bimodal rainfall regime, with a major and a minor rainfall season while the north of the country has a unimodal rainfall regime. Climate change scenarios show… Read more →

USAID Celebrates Contributions of Women in Agribusiness

Accra, GHANA—On December 5, 2017, the United States Agency for International Development (USAID) and MEL Consulting Limited hosted a “Women in Agribusiness” Summit to highlight the contributions of women in Ghana’s agricultural sector. The event brought together women-led agribusinesses, farmers, processors, business service providers, financial institutions, the Government of Ghana and development partners. In attendance were the Minister of Gender, Children and… Read more →

Syecomp: Happy Farmers’ Day

Happy Farmers’ Day! Proud to associate and work with Ghanaian farmers, fishers, and pastoralists. Email us: Have an agricultural content and wants it published? Connect with us via our AgPress® Newswire Service! Email: Farmer Helpline: 0500000996 Read more →