2 edition of economic study of rice production and marketing in Ghana found in the catalog.
economic study of rice production and marketing in Ghana
|Statement||by K. Prakah-Asante and V.K. Nyanteng.|
|Series||Rice development strategies =, Stratégies de développement rizicole ;, WARDA/SD/79/13, Rice development strategies ;, WARDA/SD/79/13.|
|Contributions||Nyanteng, V. K.|
|LC Classifications||HD9066.G42 P72 1979|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||21 leaves ;|
|Number of Pages||21|
|LC Control Number||82131813|
and , paddy rice production during the same period increased by %. About 84% of the rice-production growth has been attributed to modern farming technologies that have produced semi-dwarf, early-maturing rice varieties that can be planted up to three times per year and are re-sponsive to nitrogen fertilizers.9,10 These new rice. Book Detail: Principles of Agricultural Economics with MCQ Language: English Pages: Author: TNAU Price: Free Agriculture at a Glance Book Outlines of Principles of Agricultural Economics Economics – Definition and Nature & Scope of Economics – Divisions of Economics Economic systems – Definitions and characteristics – capital economy – socialist economy Mixed economy .
Rice production in inland valley swamps is widely dispersed also, but the production of mangrove swamp rice, riverain grassland and boliland is restricted to fairly well define ecological areas of Sierra Leone.. Rice research in Sierra Leone began in the s and by the close of the s a considerable number of rice varieties mainly of the. Agriculture in Ghana consists of a variety of agricultural products and is an established economic sector, and provides employment on a formal and informal basis. Ghana produces a variety of crops in various climatic zones which range from dry savanna to wet forest and which run in east–west bands across Ghana. Agricultural crops, including yams, grains, cocoa, oil palms, kola nuts, and.
Morvant-Roux, ; Adams & Bartholomew, ; Girabi & Mwakaje, ), no study of this kind has been done in the East Mamprusi District (EMD) of Ghana. Again, even though similar studies have been conducted elsewhere in Africa, no study has sought to investigate the magnitude of the impact microfinance has on crop production. sugar cane production, mechanized food crop farming, rice production and maize farming respectively. Farmers¡¯ socio-economic variables were found to be significant determinants of agricultural production and profitability. Imoudu showed that farm size and labour were the significant determinants of maize output and.
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8 Executive Summary Agriculture is the predominant sector in Ghana’s economy. Inagricultural activities contributed to % of Gross Domestic Product (GDP), employed about 60% of the labour force, and accounted for 54% of foreign exchange earnings (Ghana Statistical Service, ).The sector itself is composed.
This book fills that gap by highlighting the diverse production and management practices as well as the various rice genotypes in the salient, rice-producing areas in Asia, Europe, Africa, the. identify source of production-related information to the rice farmers.
iii. analyze cost and returns in rice production in the study area. analyze the effect of socio-economic characteristics of rice farmers on their output in the study area. identify constraints to rice production in the study area. III.
Methodology Study Area. argued that only an integrated approach to rice production and rural development vis-à-vis a holistic community-based agricultural mechanization can create the path to a balanced economic development in Ghana through rice sufficiency.
In conclusion, the study revealed that although most of. technologies for rice production. The study was conducted in two phases; a literature review and a nationwide survey of rice farmers, intended to both describe the situation of rice producers, and to explore the policy environment.
Survey techniques were designed to parallel similar studies conducted in Mali and Ghana. This report is a synthesis. sector in the developing countries like Ghana. In Ghana, agriculture plays a key role in its economy.
The sector contributed % of Ghana’s GDP in and 22% of GDP in based on basic prices (GSS, ). On the basis of constant prices, the agricultural sector. Africa through case studies of Kenya, Ethiopia, Uganda and Tanzania. In these agriculture-based economies, smallholder farming accounts for about 75 percent of agricultural production and over 75 percent of employment.
However, contributions of smallholder farming, and agriculture in general, to the region’s recent rapid growth. Rice inventories’ are increasing as the rice supply is continuously improving globally. Rice is one of the major food staples and mainstay for the rural population and their food security.
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Recent Economic Developments and Outlook. Recent Developments. Ghana’s economy continued to expand in as the first quarter gross domestic product (GDP) growth was estimated at %, compared with % in the same period of last year. Non-oil growth was also strong at %.
Marketing is defined as a process of satisfying human needs by bringing products to people in the proper form and at a proper time and place. Marketing has economic value because it gives form, time, place, utility to products and services.
The marketing of agricultural products begins at the farm when the farmer harvests his products. Agricultural value chains encompass the flow of products, knowledge and information between smallholder farmers and consumers.
They offer the opportunity to capture added value at each stage of the production, marketing and consumption process.  Smallholder farmers need to better engage with value chains in order to gain added value for improving their livelihoods, whilst reducing their.
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