This is the major question asked by 30% of Ghanaians, which we will give you the answer.
Ghana is found in the Tropics, where the climate is seasonally damp and very humid. The natural vegetative zones that exist in the country are governed by the combined effects of temperature, humidity, rainfall and particularly, the variations that occur in the rainfall. This forms a major influence on the type of indigenous plants that grows successfully in different parts of the country.
The rainforest zone that has longer rains is capable of supporting a number of plantation crops such as:
2. Oil palm
5. Cotton And
6. Staple crops like, yam, cassava, cocoyam, sweet potatoes, melon, groundnut,rice maize and cowpeas.