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The CSIR – Soil Research Institute has the mandate to undertake scientific research to generate technologies (information), commercialize these technologies and build capacity in sustainable management of Ghana’s soil resources for increased agriculture, environmental quality and improved livelihood.

MESSAGE FROM THE ACTING DIRECTOR [DR EDWARD YEBOAH]

I am honored to welcome you to the Council for Scientific and Industrial Research (CSIR) – Soil Research Institute (SRI), the leading public soil research institution in Ghana. Started in 1945 as a Research Unit of the then West African Cocoa Research Institute (WACRI), now Cocoa Research Institute of Ghana (CRIG). In 1951, it became the Department of Soil and Land-use Survey of Ministry of Food and Agriculture (MOFA) and moved to Aburi in 1953.  Read More...

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November 29, 2021

CAAG HOLDS ITS 1ST DELEGATES CONFERENCE IN KUMASI

CSIR-Administrators Association of Ghana, (CAAG), has held its delegates conference at Kwadaso, Kumasi, on the […]
October 5, 2021

SAWAH RICE TECHNOLOGY INTRODUCED TO FARMERS AT ANUNUMA IN AHAFO REGION

INTRODUCING FARMERS TO ‘‘SAWAH’’, A SUSTAINABLE AND HIGH YIELDING RICE PRODUCTION TECHNOLOGY The CSIR-Soil Research […]
September 22, 2021

CSIR-SOIL RESEARCH INSTITUTE (SRI) SUPPORTS GOVERNMENTS PLANTING FOR FOOD AND JOBS WITH SOIL FERTILITY IMPROVEMENT TECHNOLOGIES

The CSIR-Soil Research Institute (CSIR-SRI), Kwadaso, has rolled out new technologies for effective management of […]
August 24, 2021

CSIR-SOIL RESEARCH INSTITUTE (SRI) SUPPORTS GOVERNMENTS PLANTING FOR FOOD AND JOBS WITH SOIL FERTILITY IMPROVEMENT TECHNOLOGIES TO INCREASE MAIZE YIELDS

The CSIR-Soil Research Institute (SRI) is supporting government flagship programme of planting for food and […]
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