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Small scale African farmers reap benefits of genetically modified cotton

Ronald Njoroge | 
Cotton yields in Burkina Faso, one of the few African countries that allow the cultivation of genetically modified crops, have ...

Kenya: Scientists call for lifting GM ban

Scientists called on the Kenyan government on Thursday to remove the ban imposed on the importation of genetically modified food ...

Kenya emerges as hub for bio-tech in east African region

Kenya has emerged as a leader in the development and use of biotechnology in the east and central African region ...

Kenya to commercialize genetically modified foods by 2014

Kenya is implementing guidelines to facilitate the commercialization of genetically modified crops by 2014 as part of efforts to boost ...
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