Video: We can ‘finally’ grow GMOs—Nigerian farmer explains why developing countries need biotech crops

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Nigerian farmer Patience Koku discusses the GMO crop trials she is conducting on her farm, and why growers can “rise to the challenge” when they have access to the latest technologies.

Patience’s farm is located in Kaduna State Nigeria. They grow mostly seed corn for Monsanto and corn grain for major food processing companies in Nigeria, like Flour Mills of Nigeria. Patience Koku also serves on the Cornell Alliance For Science advisory board.

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