Ghana: Farmers receive education on modern biotechnology

Farmers noted that over the years several interventions of modern technology in increasing production were brought to their doorsteps yet they did not realize the full benefits because, they were not tied to ready market leading to farm losses.

These observations were made at a Regional session for farmers by the Open Forum on Agricultural Biotechnology (OFAB) in Africa, to educate farmers about the benefits of modern biotechnology and its link to food security and poverty reduction.

View the original article here: Eastern Regional Farmers Receive Education On Modern Biotechnology

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