This study investigated determinants of sesame commercialization among smallholder farms, the case of Melokoza and Basketo special woredas, Southern Ethiopia.
For this study cross sectional data was collected from 184 randomly selected smallholder farm households in the district. The survey data was analyzed using
descriptive statistics and double-hurdle model. From the descriptive statistics it was found that the level of commercialization of sesame in the district was 79%, which
by far above the national commercialization average (35%).