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Growing food security challenges in Africa opening regulatory doors, softening opposition to game-changing CRISPR crop editing

Growing food security challenges in Africa opening regulatory doors, softening opposition to game-changing CRISPR crop editing

Peter Theuri | Standard | 
Experts from the International Institute of Tropical Agriculture (IITA) are now keen to extinguish a lingering assumption that genetic modification, ...
Kenya greenlights disease-resistant genetically modified cassava

Kenya greenlights disease-resistant genetically modified cassava

Nanjinia Wamuswa | Standard | 
Kenya will soon start planting Genetically Modified (GM) and disease-resistant cassava after the National Biosafety Authority (NBA) approved the release ...
Nicksonn Muturi cassava

Kenya poised to greenlight GMO disease-resistant cassava cultivation to protect key food source

Frankline Sunday | Standard | 
Kenya is planning to green-light the cultivation and sale of genetically modified cassava in a move to improve food security ...

Philippines to allow GMO crops, Filipino farmers describe impact of biotech

Ray Eñano | Standard | 
The GLP aggregated and excerpted this blog/article to reflect the diversity of news, opinion and analysis. Filipino farmers can now ...
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