Our association counts around 107 members. We all want to shift to organic fertilizer because it gives very good yields. Because you need to plough the land before applying it, we are currently asking the government or any NGO to provide us with a rotavator or a small tractor. So that we don’t have to plough manually.
Asase Gyefo is the best. It is cheap and it works really well with my land. I use it since last year for the tomatoes and onions, and I will now try it now also for okra and maize. Especially after the first crop season, you will start noticing the difference. The land is more fertile. The second harvest comes out even better than the first!
I recently switched to Asase Gyefo for all my plants and flowers and you can really tell the difference. Within two weeks you see that the leaves become greener, and plants get more flowers. I mix it with the soil and I also sell it to my clients. It works!
When you apply Asase Gyefo evenly on the soil, it stays in the soil for two years. Chemical fertilizer you have to apply three times in a year. That costs 18.000 GHC a year, against 6000GHC for Asase Gyefo for two years. As a farmer which one would you prefer?