Test and Disseminate Technologies to Intensity Vegetable Mono-cropping

Dataset

AVAILABLE FROM
International Food Policy Research (IFPRI), International Institute of Tropical Agriculture (IITA), and International Livestock Research Institute (ILRI)

AUTHORS

International Institute for Tropical Agriculture (IITA), Savanna Agricultural Research Institute (SARI), and World Vegetable Center (AVRDC)

SUMMARY

This data study explores integrating vegetable into cereal-legume cropping productions systems in Ghana

About the project

Project title:
AfricaRISING – Sustainable Intensification of Cereal-based Farming Systems in the Guinea-Sudan-Savanna of Ghana and Mali

Project abstract

Four vegetable crops will be compared across subsets of 30-50 households in each of the 3 northern regions using two planting densities and they are Amaranth for Upper West Region, Jute Mallow for the Northern region and Roselle for the Upper East region. Three fruit vegetables (Okra in all the regions), African eggplant and tomato in the other two regions and one spice vegetable (Pepper), in all the three regions.

Project website:
http://africa-rising.net

Project start date: 01/06/2014

Project end date : 01/11/2014

TAGS

abelmoschus esculentus, africa, africa rising, agricultural research, agricultural sciences, agronomy, CROPS, data, eggplant, environment, farming, fruit, ghana, households, intensification, jute, livelihoods, maize, pepper, planting, research, roselle, sciences, Social sciences, solanum melongena, sweet peppers, systems, tomatoes, vegetables, and west africa

ACCESS RIGHTS

restricted

LINKS

REFERS TO

GHANA, Guinea, Mali, and Sudan

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