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THE SOCIAL IMPLICATIONS OF THE MEGAKARYA SELECTION PROGRAMME (MMSP)

Mercy Asamoah*, Enoch Nsiah, F.M. Amoah, F. Owusu Ansah & F Aneani
(2012)
Publisher: Proceedings of the 17th International Cocoa Research Conference, Yaounde, Cameroon, Cocoa Producers' Alliance, Lagos, (in press)

Mabang Megakarya Selection Programme

Lockwood, G.
(2006)
Publisher: Gro-Cocoa Newsletter, Edition 9, June, CABI-USDA

HERITABILITY OF SINGLE PLANT YIELD AND INCIDENCE OF BLACK POD DISEASE IN COCOA

Lockwood, G., Owusu-Ansah, F. and Adu-Ampomah, Y.
(2007)
Publisher: Experimental Agriculture, (43)@ pp 455-462

The Roles of Farmer Participatory and On-Farm Selection in Cocoa Improvement with Special Reference to Ghana

Lockwood, G.
(2009)
Publisher: Proceedings of the Fifth INGENIC Workshop "Cocoa Breeding for Farmers' Needs", 15th-17th October 2006. San Jos‚, Costa Rica. Eds. A.B. Eskes, Y. Efron, M.J. End and F. Bekele. INGENIC and CATIE. UK and Costa Rica.
ISBN: ISBN: 1 900527 04 9

MMSP Leaflet (Oct 2011)

MMSP
(2011)
Publisher: GCGRA

MMSP Leaflet (June 2014)

MMSP
(2014)
Publisher: GCGRA

MMSP Poster for World Cocoa Conference (June 2014)

MMSP
(2014)
Publisher: GCGRA

SELECTING HIGH YIELDING CLONES IN THE PRESENCE OF PHYTOPHTHORA MEGAKARYA (MMSP)

E.K. Nsiah, Y. Adu-Ampomah and G. Lockwood
(2009)
Publisher: Proceedings of the 16th International Cocoa Research Conference, Bali, Indonesia Cocoa Producers' Alliance, Lagos, (in press)

MASS SELECTION OF COCOA CLONES IN GHANA (MMSP)

Enoch Nsiah1, Rob Lockwood2 and F. M. Amoah1
(2012)
Publisher: Proceedings of the 17th International Cocoa Research Conference, Yaounde, Cameroon, Cocoa Producers' Alliance, Lagos, (in press)

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