The Cocobod says it will increase the farm crew to 30,000 to cover all cocoa farmers in the country by April next year.
Speaking at an event to launch the new program at Awudua in the
According to him, cocoa farmers in Ghana must be able to increase their yield from an average of 0.45 per hectors to two tones and above per hectors produced by their counterpart in Malaysia, Indonesia and Ecuador.
Mr Aidoo added that cocoa farmers must take advantage of the initiative to boost their yields.
He says, government will continue to stabilize the cocoa producer price but will focus on increasing productivity.
Source: Awake News | Hamida Shawwal | firstname.lastname@example.org