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Perception and Adoption of Artificial Pollination Technology in Cocoa Production: Evidence from Ghana
This study examined the perception and adoption of artificial pollination among cocoa farmers in Ghana. It used cross-sectional data collected from 206 cocoa farmers selected through multi-stage sampling technique. Descriptive statistics as well as Tobit and Cragg double hurdle regression models were the methods of analysis. With an adoption rate of 49%, the study revealed that cocoa farmers have a positive perception towards adoption of artificial pollination technology. The results alsodoi:10.22004/ag.econ.314939 fatcat:47zkkjeupfdivoc6nyheccb6wa