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- Adu-Dapaah, H.; Osei-Bonsu, I.; Oduro, I.; Asiedu, J.
- Acta horticulturae 2017 no.1158 pp. 179-186
- Ghana, etc ; Moringa oleifera; alley cropping; farmers; financial economics; forage; hardwood; leaves; marketing; medicine; mineral fertilizers; nutrition; planting; seeds; stakeholders; supply chain; trees; Show all 17 Subjects
- ... Moringa (Moringa oleifera) is cultivated for use as food, fodder and medicine. Commercial production, processing, and utilization of this 'wonder' crop have increased in many African countries, including Ghana. This is due to widespread knowledge of its varied food, nutrition, medicinal and economic benefits. Despite the increased commercial production of the tree crop, not much research has been ...
- Komayire, D.
- Acta horticulturae 2017 no.1183 pp. 365-372
- Ghana, etc ; Cryptorhynchus mangiferae; Mangifera indica; acreage; certification; cultivars; death; exports; farmers; farms; flowering; fresh-cut produce; fruit flies; fruits; industry; infrastructure; mangoes; markets; pests; private sector; rain; risk; seasonal variation; trees; Show all 24 Subjects
- ... Ghana has a very young, rapidly expanding, mango sector with commercial production commencing from the early 2000s. Fresh export has proved challenging but significant processing industries which produce dried and fresh-cut mango have emerged as leading players. Despite considerable potential for mango production and the steady growth in yields over the last decade, mango production in Ghana is be ...