Eric Kofi Doe


2006  Mphil   (Agricultural Economics), Ghana
2000  Bsc  (Agriculture Technology), Ghana

Email: ekdoe@st.ug.edu.gh

Research Focus:  Ecological determinants of cocoa productivity
This research investigates the geospatial distribution of Ghanaian cocoa farms in order to identify in-situ ecological/biophysical limiting factors of the crop’s growth. The study result is expected to reveal location-specific inadequacies in cocoa farms e.g. diseased stands, dead soils and nutrient deficient soils. This information will be used to advocate for the manufacturing and adoption of spatially explicit soil amendment technology that can help farmers to increase cocoa yields from their farms.



Doe et al (2019) Geospatial distribution of soil-borne cocoa black pod disease in Ghana, from 2009-2018 (forthcoming)

Doe, E. K., Aikins, B. E., Njomaba, E., & Owusu, A. B. (2018). Land Use Land Cover Change within Kakum Conservation Area in the Assin South District from 1991-2015. West African Journal of Applied Ecology.
Doe, E. K. (2013). Cocoa Agroforestry Investment in Buffer Zones of a Forest Reserve-The Ghanaian Context. Germany: LAMBERT Academic Publishing, Germany.

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