Soybean is increasingly becoming an important cash crop in northern Ghana.
Domestic demand of soybean grains is in excess of 300,000 MTs annually, of which 91% is used for industrial purposes in Ghana.
Meanwhile, local supply stands at 144,926 MTs with a deficit of more than 150,000 MT, which is often augmented through importation from countries such as #Brazil and #China.
Despite the potential of soybean to become a cash crop, average soybean productivity in northern #Ghana is around 1 t ha-1; far below the yields of around 3 t ha-1 achieved under optimised growing conditions in Ghana.
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