Ghana's commercial seed sector: New incentives or continued complacency?
Robert Tripp and
No 32, GSSP working papers from International Food Policy Research Institute (IFPRI)
This paper examines the current status and recent changes in Ghanaâ€™s commercial seed system for field crops. It includes a review of present performance and an examination of the factors that might influence the course of seed system develop-ment in the near future. The paper is timely because a number of changes in policies, regulations, responsibilities, and commercial interests mean that this could be a period of significant transition for Ghanaâ€™s seed sector, perhaps marking an end to the stagnation and complacency that have characterized the sector for the past several decades.
Keywords: Seed markets; seed system; commercial sector; Private sector; Agricultural policy; Research and development; Agricultural research; Agricultural inputs (search for similar items in EconPapers)
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