In literature, Indigenous knowledge abounds and is the basis for agricultural practices of peasant farmers. Also, agricultural development efforts of actors for instance World Band, Non-Governmental Organization (NGO) both local and international has been tremendous. Despite these resources (abundant indigenous knowledge and efforts of actors), success has not been optimum. This book, which considered indigenous and modern agricultural practices, examined the knowledge basis of farmers in the Sissala districts of northern Ghana and modern agricultural technologies development and introduction to ascertain adoption mode. The book therefore makes available insights in this regard for instances the knowledge basis of farmers, the influences of this knowledge systems in relation to technologies development and introduction or delivery. The book is thus a very useful resource for development actors especially government (policy makers), individuals and NGOs who desire change or sustainable transformation through the work with target beneficiaries.