The guide invites investors to take interest in agricultural mechanization, control of water, improved input, technological innovation, processing of agricultural products, vegetable productions (rice, cashew, sesame, soy, cassava, fruits, etc.) and animal products (poultry, sheep, goats, pigs, cattle, etc.).
However, the guide states that before any investment, it is essential to know the characteristics of the area in which the investment is going to better arm.
In Togo, 6,000 hectares of agricultural land are now developed and distributed in the five economic regions including Akodéssewa, Avetonou, Tchamba, Defale, Sadori…
Referring to the guide, there are 172 tractors, 172 plows, 172 seeders, 35 shredders, 35 ginners, and 35 trans planters.
The Delegation to the Informal Sector Organization (DOSI) is responsible for making these machines available to producers.
Togolese agriculture is mainly rained and contributes 40% in terms of production of national wealth.