Small Scale Farmers, especially those in vegetable production such as tomatoes, pepper and leafy crops are worried about the low prices being offered by middlemen and women who patronise their produce.
A Farmer and Assembly member at Anloga in the Volta Region, George Dogbe told Radio Ghana that the situation is very discouraging.
He said a carton or crate of tomatoes which should have cost GH¢250.00 is being bought for GH¢40.00 and as a result they cannot pay their loans.
On political activities in the farming community, Mr Dogbey said the campaign has heated up.
He however lamented that as soon as the elections are over they hardly see politicians they have voted for, a situation he described as unfortunate.