Angola succeeds in application of biotechnology in agriculture

Angola is recording significant progress in actions related to the application of plant biotechnology in the agricultural sector, in the context of a national plan on the issue, said Wednesday in Luanda the Agronomist Marcolino Capita Bembe.

According to the expert, who was speaking to Angop, this process has been conducted by scientific means, aiming to provide greater gains in productivity, quality and diversity of plants explored. As for the plants grown for food, the expert said that they prove most sensitive to the plague rather than the wild ones, taking into account the reduction in toxicity.

Read the full, original story here: “Angola Succeeds in Application of Biotechnology in Agriculture”

Outbreak Daily Digest
Biotech Facts & Fallacies
GLP Podcasts
Infographic: Here’s where GM crops are grown around the world today

Infographic: Here’s where GM crops are grown around the world today

Do you know where biotech crops are grown in the world? This updated ISAAA infographics show where biotech crops were ...
News on human & agricultural genetics and biotechnology delivered to your inbox.
glp menu logo outlined

Newsletter Subscription

* indicates required
Email Lists
Send this to a friend