Paul Kweku Tandoh is a Fellow at ARIN. He is also currently a Chief Research Assistant in the Department of Horticulture, Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology, Ghana with about thirteen years working experience in crop production and research. He is a part-time lecturer in the Anglican University College of Technology-Ghana, teaching Experimental Designs and Analysis/Biostatistics, Postharvest Physiology, Plant Propagation and Vegetable Crop Production. He is highly interested in crop reproduction, seed biology, climate smart-agriculture, forestry and conservation of indigenous crops.I hold a Master of Philosophy in Seed Science and Technology and BSc. Agriculture all from KNUST in 2016 and 2006 respectively.He holds a Master of Philosophy in Seed Science and Technology and BSc. Agriculture all from KNUST in 2016 and 2006 respectively. He is a final year PhD Seed Science and Technology candidate in KNUST researching on Internal and external quality responses of Roselle seeds to different harvesting periods and storage packaging for long-term conservation. He has an amazing presentation skills coupled with excellent research publication writing abilities having about 25 papers to his credit. Lastly he is a reviewer to a number of international journals contributing to the quality of peer-review of scientific research.