The government of Ghana has sent 11 top officials from the agricultural industry to South Korea tap knowledge from their agricultural industry to impart our own.
As part of the Rice Value Chain Training Program in South Korea, today, Ghana’s delegation, which includes 5 District Directors of Agriculture, 3 officials from the Regional Directorate of Agriculture and 3 officials from the Ministry of Food and Agriculture, were trained on how to improve on the rice value chain in Ghana to attain self sufficiency status in rice production and learning from practical examples of the success story of South Korea.
Additionally, they were briefed on Rice Cultivation Cycle of South Korea and how it evolved from simple hand planting to the use of advanced technology.
Also, it focused on adopting the right agronomic practices and changes in the methods involved in rice cultivation to increase productivity.
Below are some photos from the program as shared by the minister.
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