Biotech cotton has transformed the cotton cultivation, production and export of raw cotton, and the availability of quality cotton for the Indian textile industry in the last 13 years (2002-2014). This new document Biotech Cotton in India 2002 to ... SeedQuest, 1 month ago
Estimation of benefit cost ratio of Bt cotton farmers in Pakistan - SeedQuest, 1 month ago
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An International non-profitable organization which seeks to promote bio-technology among poor farmers has called on Zambia to commercialize biotech crops and improve yields. The International Service for the Acquisition of Agri- Biotech ...ZNBC, 1 month ago
ISAAA Pocket K No. 49: Adoption and uptake pathways of biotech crops by small-scale farmers in China, India, and the Philippines
Source: ISAAA Foldable Version (PDF) Document Version (PDF) Biotech or genetically modified (GM) crops have been offered as a modern crop development alternative to address the onslaught of pests and diseases, the vagaries of ...SeedQuest, 1 month ago
whose area of specialization is in Agriculture is presently working with Dilla Univeristy on academic assignment. I was very enthused to read a recently published research paper that publish ed a meta-analysis on the impact of genetically modified ...AllAfrica.com, 1 week ago Ethiopia Examines the Effectiveness of the GMO Truth About Trade, 1 week ago
16/05/2015 03:00:00 Stories by Ackel Zwane While the potential of crop biotechnology is on the rise in Africa, some skeptics in Swaziland still feel the country is not ready to embrace genetically modified organisms (GMOs). However, experts ...Swazi Observer, 2 weeks ago
Many may have given up that the bill on Biosafety will be passed by the 7th National Assembly not to talk of being signed into law by President Goodluck Jonathan before he leaves office on May 29, 2015. But all that doubts changed when the National ...Vanguard, 2 weeks ago Does Biosafety Law Holds the Future of Nigerian Agriculture? AllAfrica.com, 3 weeks ago
News 15 March 2011 VIET NAM - Viet Nam will start to grow genetically modified corn, which will be the first ever biotech product grown in the country if experimental cultivation yields positive results in 2011, says Trinh Va n Hung, Director of ...CropSite.com, 2 weeks ago
News 10 March 2011 KENYA - Policy implementers are expected to come under renewed pressure over the use of genetically modified foods in Kenya, following a steady rise in the volume of crops produced using the technology in key import markets, ...CropSite.com, 2 weeks ago
News 28 June 2011 INDIA - India is paying a heavy cost by not adopting the genetically modified (GM) crops according to experts with the global agri-research bodies ISAAA and ICRISAT. Scientists and world leaders believe that crop ...CropSite.com, 3 weeks ago Lessons from Brazil on biotech for Africa Uganda Daily Monitor, 1 month ago
News 28 February 2011 US - Because of its contribution to agricultural productivity and sustainable farming, growers around the world continue to choose biotech crop varieties according to a report released today by the International Service for ...CropSite.com, 3 weeks ago
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