بدأ عدد من البلدان الأفريقية في الاستفادة من التكنولوجيا الحيوية الزراعية للتغلب على تحديات إنتاج المحاصيل. The last country reported to have done so is Nigeria where more than 2,000 farmers are ready to grow genetically modified cowpea this year. الشهر الماضي, Kenyan cotton farmers reported a bountiful first harvest of GM cotton just only four months after the farmers planted the country’s first genetically modified insect-resistant cotton seeds that resist the destructive African boll worm.

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