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    • Conservation Agriculture Improves Soil Quality, Crop Yield, and Incomes of Smallholder Farmers in North Western Ghana 

      Naab, Jesse B.; Mahama, George Y.; Yahaya, Iddrisu; Prasad, P. V. V. (Frontiers Media, 2017-06-21)
      Conservation agriculture (CA) practices are being widely promoted in many areas in sub-Saharan Africa to recuperate degraded soils and improve ecosystem services. This study examined the effects of three tillage practices ...
    • Descriptive report on cropping systems in Upper West Region, Ghana 

      Yahaya, Iddrisu; Hashim, Ibrahim; Naab, Jesse; Dalton, Timothy J. (Blacksburg, VA: Office of International Research, Education, and Development, Virginia Tech, 2011-04)
      The challenges one faces in trying to increase improving ecosystem services, improve yields and increase farm level profitability in West African countries largely revolve around the environmental and economic constraints. ...
    • Predisposition for Conservation Agriculture in North West Ghana 

      Moore, Keith M.; Lamb, Jennifer; Yahaya, Iddrisu (Australian Centre for International Agricultural Research, 2011-09)
      The adoption of Conservation Agriculture (CA) practices is not only dependent upon the suitability of the land and crop, but also upon the farmer him/herself. Changing the perspectives or technological frames of farmers ...
    • Predisposition for Conservation Agriculture in North West Ghana 

      Moore, Keith M.; Lamb, Jennifer N.; Yahaya, Iddrisu (2011-09)
      These proceedings are from the conference "Resilient food systems for a changing world" held in Brisbane, Australia, 26 - 29 September 2011. This conference focused on Conservation Agriculture practices, adoption, and ...