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Physico-chemical Properties Of Soils In South-western Region Of Ghana And Nutrient Management Strategies For Sustainable Cocoa Production
Majority of Ghana's cocoa production occurs in the Western region. Information on soil nutrient levels in the area and possible specific nutrient management strategies for sustainable and competitive cocoa production is not available. Since the productivity of cocoa is dependent on the soil nutrient levels, a study was carried out to assess soil nutrients status of cocoa farms in the Jomoro District in the South-Western Region of Ghana. Soil samples were collected on cocoa farms at two distinct depths; 0-15 cm and 15-30 cm depth and analyzed for soil fertility properties.
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