Tag: Croplife Ghana

Croplife Ghana: Farming Season Message

Dear Ghanaian farmers, as the farming season begins, please be mindful of the pesticides and fertilisers you buy. Do not buy from just anybody but the most credible companies for your approved quality products. Be a smart farmer! Mr Fred Boampong: Croplife Program Manager Do you have agricultural content and want it reviewed and published by a trusted Agricultural Media… Read more →

Croplife Ghana Trains Officers on Sub-Standard Agrochemical Products

The Plant Science Industry is committed to promoting practices that encourage responsible, safe and efficient use of agrochemical products but also at the same time, committed to sensitizing stakeholders on issues of counterfeiting and faking of agrochemicals which has plagued the industry and needs to be nipped through various strategies. One of which is to sensitize officers manning border posts… Read more →

Croplife Ghana to organise training for CEPS officers in Tamale

CropLife Ghana in collaboration with Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and PPRSD is organising a 7th in the series of training for CEPS officers manning the borders in the northern parts of Ghana on issues of agrochemical counterfeits across our borders. The training would be held at the University for Development Studies (UDS) international Centre, Dungu,Tamale on Friday, August 04, 2017.… Read more →

Sale of fake agrochemicals booms at Kejetia-CropLife Ghana

The Kejetia terminal and its surroundings in Kumasi have been identified as the hub of the sale of counterfeit agrochemical products in the country. The resultant effects of the nefarious activities of these unscrupulous businessmen are untold hardship to farmers due to low harvest and possible health hazards to consumers of such farm produce. The practice also put the lives… Read more →

CropLife Ghana Workshop: Code of Conduct Training Workshop held at African Regent Hotel, Accra-20th Feb, 2013

CropLife Ghana, an active association of major importers of agrochemicals products, fertilizers and seeds in Ghana have held a training workshop on the Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) Code of Conduct (CoC) for safe utilization of pesticides in Ghana on Wednesday 20th February, 2013. The workshop was held at The African Regent Hotel, Accra. You may follow the live tweets… Read more →