Swaziland moving towards GM crop farming

SEA in partnership with the University of Swaziland, took the media on an educational tour of genetically modified crops in Mpumalanga South Africa. The attendees included representatives from almost all broadcast and print media houses, SEA, the University of Swaziland, the Ministry of Agriculture as well representatives from the Swaziland Farmers Union. Speaking during the briefing conference, Stephen Zuke, Director of Policy, Research and Information at the Swaziland Environmental Authority, thanked the media for their role in relaying important information to the public.

View the original article here: SD moving towards GM crop farming – Times of Swaziland

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