Why Kenya turns to genetically modified crops to help with drought

“Climate change, the severity of drought and the emergence of new pests such as fall armyworms and corn stem borers, and diseases such as corn lethal necrosis pose a real threat to food, [cattle] fodder and nutritional security,” said Dr Eliud Kireger, director-general of the Kenya Agricultural and Livestock Research Organisation.

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