Variation in Output began to improve in 1990, reaching 2,080 tons. Ghana Soil Types: description: The maintenance of good soil quality is vital for the environmental and economic sustainability of annual cropping. ISRIC collects, harmonizes and publishes global soil geographic information, whereas many national, regional, local and NGO organizations provide soil information specific to their area and according to their procedures and standards. The main objective of this project is to examine farmers’ perception on forest and soil degradation in the Eastern and Northern Regions of Ghana and its implication for sustainable landscape management. This map illustrates the different soil types that occur. On 10 September 2020, the European Soil Partnership held its Seventh Plenary Meeting (online). Coastal erosion is a serious problem that affects the safety and livelihoods of many coastal dwellers along Ghana's coast. Two sources of data, that is, primarily and secondary will be collected. Pricing difficulties had reduced tobacco production from 3,400 tons in the early 1970s to an estimated 1,433 tons in 1989. Agenda, input documents, presentations and final report of the meeting are available from this site. A decline in soil quality has a marked impact on plant growth and yield, grain quality, production costs and the increased risk of soil erosion. Ghana is composed of six agro-ecological zones (Figure 2) distinguished by natural vegetation and influenced by climate and soil characteristics. In the north, the best time is from November to January because in February it gets even hotter. The Ghana Cocoa Board (COCOBOD) has renewed its partnership with Beft Agro Consult Limited, distributor of fertilisers in Ghana, to provide Cocoa Farmers with Omya Calciprill to tackle soil … Providing information on the soils of the world is an enormous task and continuing challenge for ISRIC — World Soil information. Daniel E. Dodor, BSc (Agric) (Ghana), MSc (Ryukyus), PhD (Iowa State), MPH (Minnesota) Nitrogen and P supply are less in the savannah zones than in the forest zones. The soils are generally low in organic carbon and nitrogen. A detailed description of soils in Ghana can be found in Brammer (1962) and Obeng (1975). On the basis of papers given at the 7th International Conference of W. African Countries, and other literature and observations, the characteristics are described of (1) soils of the lateritic group under evergreen tropical rain forest, (2) laterite soils with surplus moisture, (3) black tropical soils. The author suggests dividing (3) into automorphic and hydromorphic soils. Ghana's dark-fired leaf probably grew too fast and required rich soil to compete effectively with rival crops, but the potential for flue-cured and Burley varieties is good. The best time to visit Ghana is generally the winter, from December to February, since it is the driest and sunniest period of the year: the weather is generally good, although it's hot during the day in the center-north.