Mr. Reuben Gaisie

Highest Qualification
MSc. Agroforestry

Field and Research Interest
• Soil Conservation Planning and Erosion Control.
• Rehabilitation/ Reclamation and Restoration of degraded lands.
• Research in Climate-Smart Agriculture and Improving Yields of Smallholder Farms with Agroforestry Options.


Refereed Journal Papers

1. Ekow Gaisie, Adjei Gyapong T. Adams Sadick, Quansah G. Ababio O. F, Comparative Study Of Some Physico-Chemical Properties and Carbon Storage Of Soils Under Five Different Multipurpose Trees And Shrubs In The Semi Deciduous Zone Of Ghana. Global Journal of Agricultural Research, Vol.6, No.4, pp.1-11, 2018

2. Adams Sadick, Gabriel Quansah, Ekow Gaisie, Calys-Tagoe Edward (2018). Effect of Sand Winning on agriculture and its socioeconomic impact on the Community: A case study of Atwima Twedie, Ashanti Region, Ghana. International Technology and Science Publication, Vol. 2 pp. 32 -41

3. Gabriel W. Quansah, Joseph Fening, Kwabena Nketia, Eric Asamoah, Ekow Gaisie (2016). Correlation Analysis of Irrigation Water Quality parameter from the major rivers in the Amansie West District, Ashanti Region, Ghana. International Journal of Scientific Research in Science and Technology, 2(4): 255-258

4. Ekow Gaisie, Adams Sadick, Gabriel Quansah, Patrick Ofori (2016). Contribution of Agroforestry Trees for Integrated Nutrient Management to Improve Maize Yield on Smallholder Fields. International Journal of Scientific Research in Science and Technology 2 (3): 69-73

5. Adams Sadick, Aaron Badu Owusu, Isaac Owusu Ansah, Ekow Gaisie (2016). Assessment of Toxic Levels of Heavy Metals in Soil in the Vicinity of Auto Mechanic Workshop Clusters. IJSRST 2(2): 41-46

6. Ekow Gaisie, Adams Sadick, Samuel Yankyerah (2016). Evaluation of some Selected Soil Nutrients of the Nana Akyia Oil Palm Plantation in Asante Akim Ofoase, in the Ashanti Region of Ghana. International Research Journal of Agricultural and Food Sciences. 1(6):115-119

7. Ekow Gaisie, Adams Sadick, Gabriel Quansah, Calys-Tagoe Edward (2016). Estimation of Water Requirements for Producing Irrigated Rice in River Valley Bottom at central Agricultural Station, Kumasi Ghana. International Research Journal of Agricultural and Food Sciences. 1(3): 53-63

8. Ekow Gaisie, Adams Sadick, Kennedy Agyeman, T. Adjei-Gyapong, Gabriel Quansah (2016) Leaf Decomposition and the Nutrients Release from Multipurpose Trees for Crop Production. International Journal of Scientific Research in Science, Engineering and Technology 2 (1): 345-352

9. Adams Sadick, Ekow Gaisie, Eric Owusu Adjei, Kennedy Agyeman, Kwabena A. Nketia, Eric Asamoah (2015). Assessment of the Relationship between Actual Evapo-transpiration, Reference Evapotranspiration and Precipitation. International Journal of Scientific Research, Science and Technology. 5(1): 307-317

10. K. Agyeman, J.N. Berchie, Ekow Gaisie, J. Adomako (2013). Synchronization of nutrient release from Gliricidia sepium with nutrient uptake by Maize through biomass decomposition. International Journal of Science and Advanced Technology 3 (3):49-57

11. Fening, J. O., T. Adjei-Gyapong, F. Ababio, Ekow Gaisie (2009). Effect of site characteristics on the productivity and economic returns of cassava legume intercropping in Ghana. African Journal of Environmental Science and Technology 3 (10): 326-331

12. Fening, J.O., Yeboah, E., Adjei-Gyapong, T, Ekow Gaisie (2009). On farm evaluation of the contribution of three green manures to maize yield in the semi deciduous forest zone of Ghana. African Journal of Environmental Science and Technology 3 (9): 334-338.

13. Fening, J. O., T. Adjei-Gyapong, E. O. Ampontuah, E. Yeboah, Ekow Gaisie (2005). Fertilizing for profit: the case of cassava cultivation in Ghana. Tropical Science (45):97-99

14. Fening, J. O., T. Adjei-Gyapong, F. Ababio, Ekow Gaisie (2005). Intercropping maize with planted fallows on smallholder farms in Ghana. Tropical Soil Science (45):155-158.

Edited Conference Papers

1. Issaka R. N., Buri M. M., Kombiok J. M., Nagumo F., Omae H., Sakyi-Annan E and Ekow Gaisie. (2012). Effect of relay cover cropping on succeeding maize crop yield and soil nitrogen in different agro-ecological zones of Ghana. “Proceedings of the Kick-off Workshop on Development of Conservation Agriculture for Sustainable Soil Management in sub-Saharan Africa” (Ed. Buri M.M., Issaka R.N., Nagamu F. and Omae H.). CSIR-Soil Research Institute, Kumasi., Ghana on 27th Sept. 2012.

Chapter in a refereed book

1. Edward Yeboah, Frederick P. Baijukya, Joseph O. Fening, Zacharie Zida, Ekow Gaisie, Steven Merumba and Gudeta W. Sileshi (2016). Scaling out cassava-based production systems in West and East Africa. Alliance for a Green Revolution in Africa (2016). Going Beyond Demos to Transform African Agriculture: The Journey of AGRA’s Soil Health Program, Nairobi, Kenya. Editor, Tiff Harris, TH Consulting Ltd, Nairobi, Kenya, ResearchGate publications (6):55-64

Approved Consultancy Reports

1. Adjei-Gyapong, T., Fening, J. O. and Ekow Gaisie (2009). Integrated Community Land Management and Soil Fertility Improvement in the Upper West Region of Ghana (TCP/ GH/ 3101(D). CSIR Soil Research Institute Tech, Report No. 284. Report on Community Soil Resources Mapping (Nambeg, Yagha, Tongo and Kusele).