Maize is one of the most important staple food crop grown in Ghana that meets the nutritional needs of both humans and livestock. It is a rich source of energy, vitamins and some amount of protein.
Maize ensures food security
According to Coulter et al. (1993), maize is a staple crop grown in almost all parts of the Country, and is the most important source of carbohydrate in most Ghanaian meals. The economic importance of maize and its role in ensuring food security in Ghana cannot be over emphasized. Read More via BusinessGhana.