Improves Crop Growth and Yields,
Controls Pests and Fungal Diseases
Welcome to HJA Africa’s website. We provide Organic Farming Aid (OFA), which is an organic yield enhancer increasing yields by up to 100%, offering farmers incredibly good value for money. It is also a fungicide and controls pests.
OFA is useful for cereals, vegetables, fruit and tree crops. As well as increasing yields it is effective against fungal diseases including phytophthora and anthracnose; and against pests including fall armyworm, nematodes, and leaf rollers. This slide summarises independent scientific trials confirming OFA’s effectiveness.
HJA Africa is based in Ghana (West Africa). We currently only supply OFA within Ghana, but we plan to expand to cover other countries soon.
OFA is highly cost-effective and is safe for farmers and consumers, environmentally friendly. It is registered with the Ghana Ministry of Agriculture PPRSD section, and Environmental Protection Agency.
Why Choose OFA?
Deals with fungal attacks
OFA is great for profitability! Its effectiveness and competitive price mean incredibly good returns for farmers. And it can be used alongside other products where required, fitting in easily with your overall inputs programme.
Importantly for all of us, OFA is a natural, biodegradable product that is safe for farmers, consumers and the environment.
OFA – everyone wins!
We partner with researchers, our farmers who use OFA and our advisers to make sure OFA delivers great value.
Hello! This is Henry Abraham, founder and CEO of HJA Africa, the suppliers of Organic Farming Aid. Welcome to our new website! We hope you will find it interesting and informative, but please do let us know if you have ideas for improving it. Let me tell you a bit about myself. I am a …
The Covid-19 pandemic and associated lock-down and restrictions have reminded us of the poverty that afflicts many Ghanaians. And whilst the immediate crisis of looming starvation triggered by lock-down for millions of Ghanaians relying on their daily income to feed their families seems to be past, there will be food security issues ahead. The lasting …
We are well into the maize season here in southern Ghana. I was therefore disturbed to meet smallholder farmers who told me they were giving up on farming, because as maize farmers, they had no solution to the fall armyworm pest that is destroying many maize crops. This is bad news for food security both …