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Title: Adoptable technique(s) for managing Ghanaian saline soils
Authors: Asamoaha, Akwasi
Antwi-Boasiako, C.
Frimpong-Mensahc, Kwasi
Somac, Dohan Mariam
Keywords: Halophytes
Organic matter
Issue Date: 2013
Publisher: Octa Journal of Environmental Research
Citation: Octa Journal of Environmental Research Vol. 1(1):48-51
Abstract: Salinization of Ghanaian soils is on the rise. Organic matter application has not proved an effective and feasible technique for curbing this rise. Hence this paper seeks to review techniques that Ghana is using to manage its saline soils and further recommend a feasible, cost effective and beneficial technique for exhaustive research and possible adoption in the future. Halophytes appear to be the most feasible, cost effective and beneficial technique which could be adopted for the effective management of Ghanaian saline soils. But where halophytes are exotic, care must be taken to avoid competition with native species and allow preservation of agrobiodiversity.
Description: Article published in the Octa Journal of Environmental Research, 2013
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/123456789/11281
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