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Could Bt African bollworm-resistant GMO cotton revive Kenya’s flagging industry?

Kenya National Society for Biotech Farming (KNSBF) chairman Daniel Mugo Magondu said farmers have abandoned the cash crop in droves ...

GM corn and cotton varieties developed by Kenyan scientists ready for field trials

Kenyan scientists have used modern biotechnology to develop two crop varieties that are expected to be released in the country ...
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Commercialization, research on ‘home-grown’ GMO crops backed by Kenyan lawmakers

Kenyan crop researchers are free to start commercial growing of Genetically Modified (GMO) cotton, the country’s lawmakers said on Tuesday ...
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