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When is the peak export season for cashew in Ghana?

Sep 14, 2021
Edited By
Jinwoo Cheon
Sep 14, 2021
Edited By
Jinwoo Cheon
The peak season for cashew nuts in Ghana is from January to June. It produces the highest yields in fertile sandy and loamy soils, requiring any altitude from sea level to 1000 m and a 20°C to 34°C temperature.

The peak season for cashew nuts in Ghana is from January to June. Cashews produce the highest yields when cultivated in fertile sandy and loamy soils. Any altitude from sea level to 1000 m is requisite for the plant to flourish. Temperature requirements are anything from 20°C to 34°C. Cashew nuts take two months to ripen fully.


The cashew tree is an evergreen tree that grows in tropical regions. The tall variant of the cashew tree can grow up to 14 meters while the dwarf variant can reach heights of 6 meters. 

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