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Researchers: Africa Genetically Modified Crops Held Back by Scaremongeringi
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Henry Ridgwell
July 26, 2014 2:10 AM
A new report states that genetically-modified crops -- also known as GM crops -- would dramatically improve agriculture in Africa. The report, published by the policy group Chatham House, argues the technology is being held back by scaremongering from opponents. Henry Ridgwell reports for VOA from London.

Researchers: Africa Genetically Modified Crops Held Back by Scaremongering

Henry Ridgwell

Published July 25, 2014

A new report states that genetically-modified crops -- also known as GM crops -- would dramatically improve agriculture in Africa. The report, published by the policy group Chatham House, argues the technology is being held back by scaremongering from opponents. Henry Ridgwell reports for VOA from London.


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by: Linda M
July 26, 2014 11:24 AM
Aside from GMO issues, these farmers would now be beholding to buy all GMO seeds from companies like Monsanto even those they grow. They will never own their own crops.