There is vast land available to investors for agricultural development, through large scale plantations. The soil of the district supports the cultivation of a number of food crops and vegetables, notably yam, rice, maize, guinea corn, cowpea, cassava, garden eggs and tomatoes.
Irrigation is possible due to the proximity of the district to the Volta Lake, which borders it to the north, east and southeast. Vast underground water is also available in most parts of the district, which can also be used for irrigation. Animals like cattle, sheep and goats also thrive well in the district.
This is because of the relatively flat nature of the land and the availability of nutritious vegetation for feeding animals and livestock. There is plenty of scope for tractor operations as well. This can involve the ploughing of farmlands and the carting of farm produce to market centres.