Biotechnology will revolutionise farming in Kenya



Today a new revolution is knocking at Africa’s door—agricultural biotechnology. It promises to do for agriculture what mobile technology has done for communication. My second book, The Gene Hunters, written in 1989 was seven years ahead of the first commercial release of biotechnology crops in the United States.

It was claimed then that biotechnology would only benefit rich farmers, destroy the environment and undermine food security. But evidence is stacking Credit union agent up against these earlier doomsday claims.

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