Call for Sponsors: Information Dissemination on Fall Army Worms

Agricinghana Media is currently exploring mutually-beneficial partnerships with companies, institutions, and Agricultural Development interventions/projects in Ghana. This is aimed at spurring efforts to address the huge knowledge gap with regards the Fall Army Worm (FAW), a devastating crop pest in numerous farming regions in Ghana.

Agricinghana Media has access to huge knowledge resources on Fall Army Worm and is open to collaborating with  interested institutions.

The collaboration is also aimed at scaling efforts to disseminate relevant and appropriate mitigation and adaptation measures. Member companies of Croplife Ghana are also encouraged to connect with us so we could partner to help promote their agrochemical products.

For further information, send us a mail at:

You may also call the Farmer Helpline Channel at: 0500000996

  4 comments for “Call for Sponsors: Information Dissemination on Fall Army Worms

  1. Peni Jones Mawuli
    January 23, 2018 at 7:18 am

    I am a great maize farmer, I won both district and regional best maize farmer. But last year, the fall army worm distroyed my farm but, the government didn’t mind me.

    • Agricinghana Media
      January 23, 2018 at 10:13 am

      Hi Peni, sorry for the great loss. It is due to some of these reasons that we want to scale up efforts to make available information to the public on best ways to solve the fall army Worm issue.

  2. Fidelis Abu
    January 23, 2018 at 7:38 am

    My hybrid maize seed field is heavy infested with fall army worm. I used all the various pesticides but to no avail.

    • Agricinghana Media
      January 23, 2018 at 10:18 am

      Hi Fidelis, there are highly recommended approaches to applying agrochemicals and additionally, not all agrochemicals have the specific key ingredient to kill the worms. Some agrochemical dealers did not communicate accurate information to the public thus selling fake and adulterated chemicals to farmers. We intend to scale up efforts to disseminate accurate information to farmers and the general public.

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