Dr. Alice Afrakomah Amoah


Research Areas/Interests

1. Integrated Nutrient Management for Sustainable Crop Production 2. Carbonization of Agro-waste (Biochar) for Crop Production and Climate Change Miti...~more


    • Alice A. Amoah, Masateru Senge, Shuichi Miyagawa and Kengo Itou. 2012. Effect of Soil Fertility Management on Growth, Yield and Water use Efficiency of Maize (Zea mays) and Selected Soil Properties, Communications in Soil Science and Plant Analysis, 43:6, 924-935.
    • Alice Afrakomah Amoah, Shuichi Miyagawa and Nobumitsu Kawakubo. 2012. Effect of Supplementing Inorganic Fertilizer with Organic Fertilizer on Growth and Yield of Rice – Cowpea Mixed Crop, Plant Prod. Sci. 15(2): 109-117.
    • Cynthia Darko,Stephen Yeboah, Alice Amoah , Andrew Opoku, Joseph Nketiah Berchie. 2020. Productivity of sweet potato (Ipomoea batatas (L) Lam) as influenced by fertilizer application in different agro-ecologies in Ghana, Scientific African 10 , 2020, Article e00560
    • Albert banunle, Bernard Fei-Baffoe, Kodwo Miezah, Nana Ewusi-Mensah, Uffe Jorgensen, Robert Aidoo, Alice Amoah, Robert Clement Abaidoo, and Alex Amerh Agbeshie. ( 2021) Utilisation Potentials of Invasive Plants in the Owabi Dam in the Ashanti Region of Ghana. BioResources 16(2), 3075-3095
    • Nyagorme, D. K. A, Amoah, A. A., & Adjei-Gyapong, T. (2021). Response of maize (Zea mays) to foliar and soil applied fertilizers in the Semi – deciduous forest zone of Ghana. African Journal of Agricultural Research, 17(8), 1114 – 1122
    • Darko, S. Yeboah, A. Amoah, A. Opoku, E. Baafi & J. N. Berchie (2021). Yield, biochemical properties and cooking quality traits of sweet potatoes (Ipomoea batatas) as affected by Nitrogen and Potassium Fertilizer rates. Ghana Jnl Agric. Sci. 56(1), 16 – 25

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