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Zimbabwe could save $60 million per year by adopting GMO maize

Chronicle | 
Zimbabwe could be losing up to $60 million worth of maize output a year due to failure to adopt new plant ...

EU’s anti-GMO attitude slows development of biotechnology in Southern Africa

Southern Times | 
The GLP aggregated and excerpted this blog/article to reflect the diversity of news, opinion and analysis. SADC [Southern African Development ...
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Can Bt cotton be a solution for Zimbabwean cotton growers?

Genetic Literacy Project | 
The manipulation of liberalized cotton trade meant poor prices, poverty and dependency for cotton farmers in Zimbabwe. Could the use ...

African farmers need to be involved in biotechnology debate

All Africa | 
African agricultural biotechnology experts say involving farmers in the biotechnology debate will encourage them to make informed choices and give ...

Zimbabwean farmers urged to adopt Bt cotton

All Africa | 
Zimbabwe must seriously consider the adoption of Bt cotton by farmers to revamp production and revive the textile and clothing ...