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Isaac Danso

Doktorand / PhD-Researcher

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Research profile

Previously I studied the feasibility for the establishment and development of plantation crops (oil palm, bamboo and coconut) and their sustainable production in Africa. My research currently focuses on evaluation of climate adaptation options to address food insecurity in the Sudan Savanna of West Africa. In addition I am interested in using crop models to study climate change adaptations.

Isaac Danso

Current projects

WASCAL- West African Science Service Centre on Climate Change and Adapted Land Use

Selected publications

Danso I., Nuertey B.N., and Asamoah T.E.O (2008). Response of oil palm to planting density and water deficit in three climatic Zones of Southern Ghana. Journal of Ghana ScienceAssociation,Vol.10,No.2(2008):pp.93-102

Danso I., Nuertey B.N and Safo E.Y (2010). Effect of rock phosphate on soil nutrient dynamics, growth, development and yield of oil palm. Journal of Science and Technology, vol.30, No.1(2010), pp.30-44.

A. OSEI-Bonsu, F Swanzy, I. Danso and N. Yankey (2008). Food Security and Nutrition in Coconut Based Households - A case study of Nvuma, Ghana. Jounal of Ghana science Asssociation,Vol. 10, No. 2 (2008):pp145-158.

Danso I., Nuertey B.N and Safo E.Y (2014). The Economics of Using Phosphate Rock under Matured Oil Palm in the Semi-deciduous Forest Zone in Ghana. Research Journal of Applied Sciences, Engineering and Technology 7(2): 210-213, 2014 ISSN: 2040-7459; e-ISSN: 2040-7467.

Nuertey B.N. Opoku A. and Danso I (2009). Rapid multiplication of Bamboo: The effect of length of cuttings on sprouting. Ghana Journal of Ghana Science Association, Vol. 11, No. 1 (2009): pp. 7-13


• Bamboo cultivation
• Sustainable oil palm and coconut production
• Oil palm food-crops association in the tropics

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