The WP3 research teams from three CSIR Ghana research institutes (Crop Research Institute, Insititute for Industrial Research and Water Research Institute) and Lancaster University converged in Kumasi for a project meeting. The teams viewed rice and tomato trials in progress and were given a tour of other facilities at the Crop Research Institute.
The meeting was covered by the Ghanaian Times and on the Modern Ghana website.
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