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Rice is an essential crop in Ghana. Several aspects of rice have been studied to increase its production; however, the environmental aspects, including impact on climate change, have not been

Rice is an essential crop in Ghana. Several aspects of rice have been studied to increase its production; however, the environmental aspects, including impact on climate change, have not been studied well. There is therefore a gap in knowledge, and hence the need for continuous research. By accessing academic portals, such as Springer Open, InTech Open, Elsevier, and the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology’s offline campus library, 61 academic publications including peer reviewed journals, books, working papers, reports, etc. were critically reviewed.

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    • 2017-01-20
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    • Digital object identifier: 10.3390/agriculture7010007
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    Boateng, K., Obeng, G., & Mensah, E. (2017). Rice Cultivation and Greenhouse Gas Emissions: A Review and Conceptual Framework with Reference to Ghana. Agriculture, 7(1), 7. doi:10.3390/agriculture7010007

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