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Irrigated urban vegetable production in Ghana: characteristics, benefits and risk mitigation

Pay Drechsel and B. Keraita

No H046597, IWMI Books, Reports from International Water Management Institute

Keywords: Irrigated; farming; Urban; agriculture; Suburban; agriculture; Vegetable; growing; Risk; management; Wastewater; irrigation; Cropping; systems; Food; security; Food; supply; Sanitation; Water; quality; Water; use; Water; policy; Economic; aspects; Financing; Households; Income; Marketing; Gender; Women; farmers; Land; tenure; Soil; fertility; Biological; contamination; Pesticide; residues; Helminths; Heavy; metals; Faecal; coliforms; Environmental; health; Sustainability; Public; health; Health; hazards; Malaria; Stakeholders (search for similar items in EconPapers)
Date: 2014
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