AfroEuro Promotes Organic Farming In Ghana

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He mentioned that the ultimate goal of the NGO is to help farmers grow to become commercial farmers to improve their living standards.

A Soil Scientist and Lecturer at Sunyani Polytechnic, Abena Owusu Adjapong, disclosed that improper application of fertilizers and weedicide was negatively affecting farmlands and human health.

Mrs. Adjapong noted that many strange diseases kill a lot of people due to the improper usage of chemicals on crops.

She therefore appealed to farmers to adopt organic farming.

Abrokwa Nyame, Information Management System officer at the Department of Agriculture at the Wenchi Municipal Assembly, noted that the excessive use of chemicals was endangering farmlands and soil nutrient.

Mr. Abrokwa advised farmers to embark on mixed farming and crop rotation to maintain soil fertility.

The lack of extension officers at the Department is making it difficult to encourage farmers to apply modern agricultural practices in their activities.

The Chief of Buoku, Nana Addai Sekyeredu, commended the NGO for the engagement and called on farmers to adopt modern farming practices and reduce chemicals to safeguard public safety and improve yield.

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 FROM Fred Tettey Alarti-Amoako, Buoku
 

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