CSIR engages stakeholders on Agriculture Modernisation

The Council for Scientific and Industrial Research (CSIR) on Monday engaged stakeholders to discuss ways to improve farming through Modernisation of Agriculture. This was at a Stakeholders’ Dialogue on the findings from the “Modernizing Agriculture in Ghana Project” (MAG), dubbed “Engaging with available evidence for informed policy and investment decision-making.”

CSIR-SARI trains 64 farmers in Upper East Region

Sixty four farmers from the Binduri District and Bawku Municipal in the Upper East Region have been trained in the efficient application of fertilizer to improve farm yields.

Poor road maintenance in Ghana is the cause of road deterioration – BRRI

A researcher at the Building and Road Research Institute (BRRI) of the Council for Scientific and Industrial Research (CSIR) says that good maintenance culture is the way forward to a sustainable road system.

German funded hybrid waste to energy project underway in Ghana

As nations worldwide continue to embrace the concept of waste as a resource to cherish and not to discard, Ghana is also coming up with initiatives that will not only improve the sanitation situation, but also contribute to sustainable industrial development.

Crop research scientists, extension officers assess laboratory-tested insecticides

Farmers engaged in cabbage production have been asked to adopt proper crop management practices.

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