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1. Effect of stem borer damage on maize yield in the coastal savanna zone of Ghana.

by Leyenaar, P | Hunter, R.B [coaut.].

Source: Ghana Journal of Agricultural ScienceMaterial type: article Article Publisher: 1977Collection: Reprints CollectionAvailability: Items available for loan: CIMMYT Knowledge Center: John Woolston Library [Call number: REP-2424] (1).

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2. Changing maize production practices of small-scale farmers in Ghana

by Tripp, R.B | Dankyi, A.A [coaut.] | Marfo, K.O [coaut.] | Read, M.D [coaut.].

Source: CIMMYT Research HighlightsMaterial type: article Article Publisher: 1986Collection: CIMMYT Staff Publications CollectionAvailability: Items available for loan: CIMMYT Knowledge Center: John Woolston Library [Call number: CIS-1004] (2).

3. The influence of organic matter in combination with mineral fertilizers on crop yields and soil properties on a savanna soil in Ghana under continuous cropping

by Kwakye, P.K.

Source: International Journal of Tropical AgricultureMaterial type: article Article Publisher: 1988Collection: Reprints CollectionAvailability: Items available for loan: CIMMYT Knowledge Center: John Woolston Library [Call number: REP-4464] (1).

4. Dietary consequences of changes in trade and agriculture for the Nankane of Northern Ghana

by Tripp, R.B.

Source: Ecology of Food and NutritionMaterial type: article Article Publisher: 1992Collection: CIMMYT Staff Publications CollectionAvailability: Items available for loan: CIMMYT Knowledge Center: John Woolston Library [Call number: CIS-1748] (3).

5. Invisible hands, indigenous knowledge, and inevitable fads: Challenges to public sector agricultural research in Ghana

by Tripp, R.B.

Source: World DevelopmentMaterial type: article Article Publisher: 1993Collection: CIMMYT Staff Publications CollectionAvailability: Items available for loan: CIMMYT Knowledge Center: John Woolston Library [Call number: CIS-1827] (1).

6. The role of agricultural extension in the adoption of innovations by cocoa growers in Ghana

by Opare, K.D.

Source: Rural SociologyMaterial type: article Article Publisher: 1977Collection: AGRIS CollectionAvailability: Items available for loan: CIMMYT Knowledge Center: John Woolston Library [Call number: 77-186396] (1).

7. The agronomic significance of mixed cropping. Maize (Zea mays) interplanted with sorghum

by Haizel, K.A | Twumasi Afriyie, S [coaut.].

Source: Ghana Journal of ScienceMaterial type: article Article Publisher: 1977Collection: AGRIS CollectionAvailability: Items available for loan: CIMMYT Knowledge Center: John Woolston Library [Call number: 88-077832] (1).

8. How does gender affect the adoption of agricultural innovations? The case of improved maize technology in Ghana

by Doss, C.R | Morris, M.L [coaut.].

Source: Agricultural EconomicsMaterial type: article Article Publisher: 2001Online access: Access only for CIMMYT Staff Availability: Items available for loan: CIMMYT Knowledge Center: John Woolston Library [Call number: CIS-2713] (1).

9. Economics of the impact of alternative rice cropping systems on subsistence farming: Whole-farm analysis in northern Ghana

by Yiridoe, E.K | Dogbe, W [coaut.] | Langyintuo, A.S [coaut.].

Source: Agricultural SystemsMaterial type: article Article Publisher: 2006Online access: Access only for CIMMYT Staff Availability: Items available for loan: CIMMYT Knowledge Center: John Woolston Library [Call number: CIS-4999] (1).

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