Category: Farm inputs

Youth In Agriculture Programme (YIAP) Ghana-Overview

PROGRAMME POLICY, STRATEGY AND SUSTAINABILITY INTRODUCTION Within the developing agenda of Ghana, agriculture is identified as one of the economic pillars. The nexus/connection between agriculture development and Ghana’s ability to achieve its food and nutrition security goals are inextricably linked. Agriculture is important to the development of any nation, Ghana being no exception. Development must include the youth and therefore… Read more →

4H & Dupont…………Empowering Ghanaian Youths in Agriculture

Post courtesy of  http://landghana.blogspot.com/ Starting next year, a youth in farming project will commence in Ghana by 4-H, which is a youth development programme of the co-operative extension system of the US, with over 6.5 million youth throughout the world and committed towards youth leadership development. To be implemented in two phases beginning in January 2012, Phase 1 will see… Read more →

Good Seed-High yielding; Available market

Seed Deterioration Seed is a living matter and if not handled and stored properly it deteriorates and gets damaged. Main reasons for deterioration are: – high temperature in storage area – high humidity in storage area – high moisture content of seed – improper packing – seed is not cleaned or treated – presence of pests and diseases – natural short-lived… Read more →