1. Farmers' access, demand, and satisfaction with innovation support services and their determinants: the case of the cocoa sector in Central Cameroon. View paper
  2. The cocoa yield gap in Ghana: A quantification and an analysis of factors that could narrow the gap. View paper
  3. Modelling biodiversity responses to land use in areas of cocoa cultivation. View paper. 
  4. How nutrient rich are decaying cocoa pod husks? The kinetics of nutrient leaching. View paper
  5. Patterns of (future) environmental risks from cocoa expansion and intensification in West Africa call for content-specific responses. View paper. 
  6. Farmers’ Perceptions as a Driver of Agricultural Practices: Understanding Soil Fertility Management Practices in Cocoa Agroforestry Systems in Cameroon. View paper. 
  7. Unravelling drivers of high variability of on-farm cocoa yields across environmental gradients in Ghana. View paper.
  8. Selected shade tree species improved cocoa yields in low-input agroforestry systems in Ghana. View paper.
  9. Evolutionary distance explains shade tree selection in agroforestry systems. View paper.
  10. Influences of climate variability on cocoa health and productivity in agroforestry systems in Ghana. View paper.
  11. Limited effects of shade on physiological performances of cocoa (Theobroma cacao L.) under elevated temperature. View paper
  12. Negative effects of water deficit on cocoa tree yield are partially mitigated by irrigation and potassium application. View Paper