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Ethiopia remains a net food importer, despite its rich farming history. Can GMO crops help?

Zerihun Assefa | 
The 21st century is said to be the century of biology and ecology. Thus, for Ethiopia, as one of the ...
CmiA Welcomes Mozambique as Sixth Project Country e

Despite GMO Bt insect-resistant cotton approval, Ethiopia still skittish about widespread biotech crop cultivation

The Ethiopian government has denied approving the commercial cultivation of genetically modified organisms (GMOs) other than two Bt cotton varieties ...
CmiA Welcomes Mozambique as Sixth Project Country e

Ethiopian geneticist defends his country’s decision to approve GMO insect-resistant Bt cotton

Grum Gebreyesus | 
A recent report by the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) Foreign Agricultural Service welcoming the Government of Ethiopia’s (GOE) ...
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