The Technical Manager of Yara Ghana, Mr. Derrick Tuffour-Mills has approached small-holder Ghanaian farmers to ingrain the practice of soil and foliage investigation with a specific end goal to conclude the accurate supplements that crops need to amplify manure use.
He made this call amid a presentation on soil and manure corrections in a training program in Tamale for USAID specialized staff taking a shot at diverse rural related tasks.
The curriculum was composed by Yara Ghana in a joint effort with the USAID in Tamale.
Mr. Tuffour-Mills likewise talked about the requirement for ranchers to find out about their products and their nutritious prerequisites so as to know which supplements to recommend for them.
For Yara, it is not an issue of one size fits all, that is the reason application ability is key in the Yara crop sustenance idea henceforth the requirement for Yara to constantly share information which will at last improve agriculturist benefit and natural manageability he expressed.
The members were further taken through different strategies for soil inspecting and how to decide the supplement inadequacy and how to alter the soil to correct it.
The Technical Manager, Tuffour-Mills in his presentation additionally took the members through Basic Crop Nutrition. This by and large included fundamental nutritious necessities of yields yet with particular reference to oat crops that Yara was supporting USAID on with more than 130 manifestation ranches.
Amid a field tour to some USAID showing homesteads being upheld by Yara Ghana, the team went to two sites at Golinga and Surugu close Tamale. The rice ranch at Golinga utilizing the Yara suggestion of YaraMilaActyva was doing great when contrasted with alternate fields utilizing the customary practice. The same was seen at the maize ranch at Surugu which was dry and going to be harvested.
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