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Gives a list of publcations published by FORIG from January 1965 to June 1971.

SUBJECT: directories; publications; gfis; fdc 0 forests, forestry and the utilization of forest productsfdc 0 forêts, technique forestière et utilisation des produits forestiersfdc 0 wald, forstwirtschaft und verwendung der forstprodukt; ghana

POSTED TO: 1971, 9 pp.

Decaying elephant [Loxodonta africana] dung-piles were observed at 3 sites in the lowland forests of southern Ghana in 1993-94. Time to disappearance was inversely related to rainfall in the month of deposition. The monthly survival of each age-class decreased with age and was inversely proportional to rainfall in the month of deposition. A simulation revealed that if elephant numbers and defa ...

SUBJECT: rain; forests; environmental factors; ghana.; gfis

POSTED TO: African Journal of Ecology. 35(1): 39-52.

The nutritive value of leaves from 4 Ghanaian fodder trees, Spondias mombin, Antiaris toxicaria, Baphia nitida and Ficus exasperata and 3 shrubs, Thespesia populnea, Grewia carpinifolia and Griffonia simplicifolia (non-preferred syn. Bandeiraea simplicifolia), were evaluated by chemical, in sacco (sheep) and in vitro methods. Gliricidia sepium leaves were included as control feed. 5 kg of leaf ...

SUBJECT: trees; nutritive value; gfis; in vitro; fdc 0 forests, forestry and the utilization of forest productsfdc 0 forêts, technique forestière et utilisation des produits forestiersfdc 0 wald, forstwirtschaft und verwendung der forstprodukt

POSTED TO: Animal Feed Science and Technology. 76(1-2): 129-137.

In connection with the identification of forest insect pests in Nigeria, a detailed description, including a setal map, is provided for the fully grown larva of Tridesmodes ramiculata Warr., a thyridid that bores in the shoots and stems of Terminalia ivorensis in West Africa, especially Ghana and Nigeria, causing die-back, stunting and a profuse proliferation of shoots, and 45-50% inhibition o ...

SUBJECT: trees; biology; biologi; entomology; taxonomy

POSTED TO: Nigerian Journal of Entomology. 1975, 1: 2, 125-132

The Sekyere- West and Jura-Empyreuma districts of the Ashantii Region of Ghana which were formally covered under tropical rainforest with cash crops such as cocoa, oil palm and citrus dominating the cropping system, are changing into the Forest Savanna Transition Zone (FSTZ). Food crops like cassava, maize, plantain, cocoyam and vegetables are taking over, as well as livestock farming. With th ...

SUBJECT: forests; extension; extensao rura; agroforesteria; gfis

POSTED TO: Working Document International Centre for Development Oriented Research in Agriculture. 2000, No. 86, 121 pp.

Stand projection which is not corrected for stand-level increment and mortality tends to overestimate achievable yields in natural forest. Two recent models, SIRENA (a model driven by stand basal area dynamics from Costa Rica, and based only on a limited data set from a single remeasurement of permanent plots) and CAFOGROM.XLS (based on a much stronger set of basal area dynamics data from Braz ...

SUBJECT: donnee statistique; forest statistics; conferences; sample plot technique; yield forecasting

POSTED TO: IUFRO conference on growth studies in tropical moist forests in Africa held at Forestry Research Institute of Ghana, Kumasi, 11-15 November 1996: proceedings. 1997, 93-106;

Analytical procedures and verification methods are presented which were used to develop a timber bridge girder for use in road construction in Ghana.

SUBJECT: bridges; madera; road construction; gfis; madeir

POSTED TO: Paper American Society of Agricultural Engineers. 1992, No. 92-4557, 23 pp.; International winter meeting sponsored by the ASAE, Nashville, Tennessee, 15-18 December 1992; 5 ref.

SUBJECT: bridges; design; madera; road construction; gfis

POSTED TO: Proceedings of American Society of Agricultural Engineers. No. 92-4558, 26 pp.; International winter meeting sponsored by the ASAE, Nashville, Tennessee, 15-18 December 1992;

The ability of the wood based industry to continuously contribute to the country's socio-economic development is linked to the availability of adequate and sustained raw material base to provide logs for its industrial needs. This paper seeks to discuss the supply and demand of timber resources of Ghana in an attempt to justify the need for the creation of new resource base to supplement exist ...

SUBJECT: economics; madera; forest economics; recursos forestales; gfis

POSTED TO: Paper Presented at a Workshop on Forest Plantation Development in Ghana, held at the Wood Industry Training Centre, Akyawkrom near Ejisu, Ashanti, from 27 - 29 February, 1996.

In a field trial in 1971-2, sulphate of ammonia was applied at 0, 34, 67, 101 134 or 168 ng N/ha to kenaf cv. A63-440 at Ejura, Kwadaso and Nyankpala in the Northern Region of Ghana. Plant height increased with increasing N application and was greater in the savanna (Nyankpala) and derived-savanna (Ejura) zones than in the forest zone (Kwadaso). Stem diameter increased with N application and w ...

SUBJECT: forest soils; nitrogen fertilizers; suelo forestal; gfis; kenaf

POSTED TO: Ghana Journal of Agricultural Science, 8(2): 127-134