Soils of the Bulsa South District
(Source: 2010 Population and Housing Census, District Analytical Report, Builsa South District, Ghana Statistical Service, October, 2014, p. 3)
The District is developed from five different geological formations namely Granite, Birimian rock, Voltaian shale, and Old Alluvium of mixed origin and Very Old River Terraces. Out of these, the dominant soil groups in the district are of granite origin. They form the predominant soils in the northern half of the district and more than half of the southern part. The second largest groups of soils are those derived from alluvia of mixed origin and those on very old river terraces.
Intense erosion overtime has contributed to serious reduction in soil depth and thereby loss or arable surface.
The alluvial soils of the south on the whole are very suitable for rice production due to the seasonal flooding in the areas. Most of the soils are suitable for the cultivation of a wide range of savanna grain and tree crops such as millet, maize, sorghum, rice, groundnuts, cotton, Soya beans, guinea-corn, sheanuts, dawadawa and root tubers like potatoes.
The well-known Fumbisi valleys consist of a vast tract of land that stretches from southern Fumbisi and Uwasi to Wiesi and Gbedembilisi at the confluence of the Sissili and Kulpawn rivers. The zone has mostly alluvia soils developed from recent and old alluvium of mixed origin as well as those developed on very old river terraces.
- Cover Page
- Results of the Parliamentary and Presidential Elections of December 7th, 2016
- Enskinment of the Chuchuliganab in Sandema
- Southern and Northern Bulsa: Co-operation and Competition
- Atlas of the Bulsa South District
- 1. Towns and Villages
- 2. Soils of the Bulsa Area
- Franz Kröger: Infrastructure of the Bulsa South District
- Robert Asekabta, Margaret Akanbang and Yaw Akumasi: List and Photos of Schools in the Bulsa South District
- Christine Arnheim: New Maaka Projects in Gbedema
- Yaw Akumasi Williams and Franz Kröger: Street Names in Fumbisi
- Ghanatta Ayaric: Dr. Chris Atim – a Short Biography
- Benjamin Adebasui Akinkang: Biography of Chairman Akinkang Abraham Anyaga
- John B.A. Agandin: The Bulsa Heritage and Cultural Society (BHCS) and the Plan for a Bulsa Cultural Museum
- Franz Kröger: Loanwords and Foreign Words in Buli
- Franz Kröger: Going Home to Buluk (based on diary extracts, January 2001)
- Franz Kröger: Religious and Rebellious Elements in Bulsa Funerals
- John B.A. Agandin: Unsung Heroines (Poem)
- Franz Kröger: In memoriam Michael Ankobilla
- Franz Kröger: Spelling Geographical terms