Results revealed that input use was generally low among the farmers.
Females in south-east and south-west zones used more of hired labor when compared to males.
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Productivity is positively related to the relative level of development in a country and the relative prices, and negatively related to price variability and inflation.
In agriculture, the measure of the implemented technologies has a positive impact.Countries that are more productive use techniques that are more capital-intensive, and over time, investment in capital permits the adoption of more productive techniques.The pace at which new technologies are adopted is determined by the economic environment, as shown by the state variables.The elasticities of fixed capital are sizable, significant, and increasing over time.Treestocks are revealed to be significant in agricultural production.David () however explained that there is the need to improve the productivity of the sector for it to have higher impacts on aggregate economic indicators and ultimately reduce poverty.Failure to develop the agricultural sector in the region could be associated with the low performance of labor.Depending on the size of the file(s) you are downloading, the system may take some time to download them. In Sub-Saharan Africa, the low performance of labor remains a barrier to the growth of the agricultural sector.In addition to data on sectoral fixed capital, I construct measures of livestock and treestock which are significant components of agricultural capital, though their roles are changing.The critical role that physical capital plays in economic growth is revealed.