CABBAGE FARMING

Cabbage is one of the oldest known vegetable and it belongs to the Brassica family. During the Middle Ages, the inexpensiveness and health benefits of cabbage earned it the nickname “Drug of the poor”. The consumption of cabbage comes with many health benefits which include;⦁ Improved Digestion: Due to the Read more…

TOMATO FARMING GUIDE

Growing tomatoes from seed takes about six to eight weeks from sowing to transplanting. Starting seeds indoors too early results in leggy, overgrown seedlings. Aim at transplanting seedlings into the farm about a week. Let us discuss the steps in growing tomatoes. Have a Farmland Owning a land for your Read more…

MANGO FARMING

Mangoes are becoming more and more important in the Ghanaian agricultural space and can become a very important commodity in the coming years for the nation.The two main varieties grown commercially in Ghana are the Kent and Keitt varieties, which are very vigorous growers and produce large fruit.Despite having the Read more…

GINGER FARMING Ginger is one of the most profitable food crop to grow on your farm. It is known as one of the toughest crops to cultivate. Although,  it is not difficult  to grow in fact, there are much easier ways to grow ginger . Here we describe ginger growing method Read more…

A RELIABLE INVESTMENT

Agriculture is a way of life to rural residents, but it is a business to all its investors, including absentee owners. Large-scale farms clearly act like profit-maximizing businesses. Whiles smaller farms are lifestyles that provide owners with deductions to write off against their taxable earnings from off-farm sources, gaining wealth Read more…