COMMERCIALISATION

Introduction

The CSIR Act (CSIR Act 521, 1996) serves as a road map to Commercialization in CSIR-SARI. CSIR-SARI attempted to generated income from various activities. Being an agricultural based research institution, most of the revenues emanated from agricultural related activities. These were however supported by other non-agricultural activities.

The main sources of revenue of the Institute comprised of;

  • Guest House
  • Soil & Plant Analysis laboratory
  • Tractor & Combine services
  • Breeder & Foundation Seed
  • Conference Hall
  • Hire of Vehicle
  • Gbewaa Rice

 

Technologies Identified for Commercialization

  • Improved Crop Varieties
  • Crop and Soil Management Practices
  • Soil Fertility Management
  • Insect Pest Control
  • Soil and Plant Analysis
  • Agro-meteorological data

 

List of Senior Members and Senior Staff

Name Qualification Area of Specialization Rank
E. Appiah BA

MSc

Political Science

Marketing

Marketing Officer
M. Abdul-Razak BA

MBA

M.Phil.

Political Science

Strategic Mgt.

Agri-Business

Marketing Officer
Mumuni Abubakari HND Marketing Prin. Marketing Assistant
Ms. Warihanatu Baako HND

BSc.

Marketing

Marketing

Principal Marketing Assistant
Yamyolya B. Alhassan HND

BSc.

Marketing

Marketing

Principal Marketing Assistant