The Rising Demand of Soybean

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.
Contact James Blessed Golden Enterprise if you need Soybean supplies to you or company in any country.

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