The Centre for Indigenous Knowledge and Organisation Development (CIKOD) has intensified call for the use of organic fertilizers to promote agriculture at Techniman in the Bono Region.
The Centre with it's partners held the stakeholders engagement in Techniman to discuss strategies to seek how small scale farmers can adopt to climate change and improve nutritious through productions rich dietary food.
Executive Director of CIKOD, Hayford Edward Lamptey explained that, 'Agriculture is for the use organic materials but is very difficulty especially from the policy makers. But thankfully, the war between Russia and Ukraine created the opportunity for even, he quoted " The Deputy Minister of Agriculture to say that, they want to win all farmers from the use of chemical fertilizers".
According to him, his called was made on how Russia and Ukraine war has brought significant impact on agriculture.
He stated that, as farmers worldwide are really disappointed on the sanctions from the war has changed the fertilizer prices extremely higher.
Therefore, some of the dignitaries in the Municipality appeals to government by supporting the center to repeat the workshop annually.
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