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Ghana Journal of Agricultural Science

The Ghana Journal of Agricultural Science is a national scientific journal which is published by the National Science and Technology Press to serve as an outlet for papers concerning West African agriculture and related disciplines.

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Vol 48, No 1 (2014)

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Table of Contents

Articles

Performance evaluation of prototype mechanical cassava harvester in three agro-ecological zones in Ghana EMAIL FULL TEXT
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EYH Bobobee, JB Okyere, WA Agyare, SK Amponsah, SR King, J Aveyire, J Sarkodie_Addo 3-19
Farmer participatory evaluation of eight elite clones of cocoyam (Xanthosoma sagittifolium L. Schott) EMAIL FULL TEXT
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EL Omenyo, E Moses, H Asumadu, AA Ankoma 21-27
Seed yam demand and supply gap in Ghana: Implications for commercialisation of seed yam production EMAIL FULL TEXT
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R Aidoo, F Nimoh, K Ohene-Yankyera, JA Bakang, SC Fialor, JO Mensah, RC Abaidoo 29-36
Assessing the determinants of adoption of improved cassava varieties among farmers in the Ashanti Region of Ghana EMAIL FULL TEXT
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E Donkor, V Owusu 37-47
Yield performance of cassava genotypes in the forest and coastal ecologies of Southern Ghana EMAIL FULL TEXT
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A Agyeman, EO Parkes, B Peprah 49-60
Cost structure of yam farmers in Ghana: The case of the forest savanna transition agro-ecological zone EMAIL FULL TEXT
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A Agyei-Holmes, I Osei-Akoto, BO Asante 61-75
Functional and pasting properties of cassava and sweet potato starch mixtures EMAIL FULL TEXT
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PA Asare, I Galyuon, JK Sarfo, JP Tetteh 77-85
Genetic by environment interaction on fresh root yield, dry matter content and total carotene concentration of yellow-fleshed cassava genotypes in five major cassava growing agroecological zones in Nigeria EMAIL FULL TEXT
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NG Maroya, P Kulakow, AGO Dixon, BB Maziya-Dixon, MA Bakare 87-97
Genetic relationships revealed by simple sequence repeat (SSR) markers among Ghanaian cassava cultivars released by different research groups EMAIL FULL TEXT
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EW Acquah, MD Quain, P Twumasi, EY Parkes 99-109
Seed yam tuber production from vine cuttings EMAIL FULL TEXT
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OA Okunade, H Kikuno, O Akoroda 111-117


Ghana Journal of Agricultural Science.   ISSN: 0855-0042