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Kenya looks to gene editing to grow its key food crops

Kenya looks to gene editing to grow its key food crops

Cornell Alliance for Science | 
Kenya’s agriculture is set to benefit from several gene-editing projects that target some of the country’s key food crops and ...
Gene editing could help Kenya’s valuable tea crop retain its competitive edge

Gene editing could help Kenya’s valuable tea crop retain its competitive edge

Cornell Alliance for Science | 
Genome editing may help protect Kenya’s most important cash crop — tea grown in the country’s prime highlands — from ...
CRISPR offers hope for controlling African swine fever

CRISPR offers hope for controlling African swine fever

Cornell Alliance for Science | 
New vaccine trials hold great promise in the management of an East African strain of African swine fever (ASF), one ...
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Insect-resistant, GM, Bt corn could help Kenya keep cancer-causing mycotoxins out of its food supply

People Daily | 
[The Kenyan] Agriculture and Food Authority (AFA) slapped a ban on maize imports from Uganda and Tanzania, saying tests on ...
GM crops could support food security in Africa, new study suggests

GM crops could support food security in Africa, new study suggests

Cornell Alliance for Science | 
Genetically modified (GM) maize has produced higher yields than conventional hybrid varieties in South Africa, highlighting the technology’s potential to ...
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