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Zimbabwe has ended its 12-year ban on the import of genetically modified maize.
The production of pesticides rose by 31% in Iran in the eight months to November 21st.
Industry association CropLife South Africa has invested in a database to assist growers in finding "suitable, registered plant protection products" including maximum residue limit (MRL) data for each crop, pesticide and export destination, including retailer requirements.
Kenya has approved the commercial cultivation of genetically modified insect-resistant Bt cotton.
The first genetically modified food crop to be commercialised in Nigeria has been launched.
The Ghanaian Finance Minister has published a budget to Parliament endorsing MPs' assent for biosafety legislation earlier this year.
Syngenta's Zambian operation, Syngenta Zambia, has donated 6,000 Fortenza Duo (thiamethoxam + FMC's cyantraniliprole) insecticide-treated maize seeds to smallholder farmers of Kazungula district in the Southern province.
Corteva Agriscience has opened offices in Zambia.
Smallholder farmers in sub-Saharan Africa are to gain access to genetically modified seeds at reduced cost through the use of royalty-free genes.
Nigeria has approved two genetically modified insect-resistant cotton varieties for commercial use.
Kenya is mulling a U-turn on its import ban on genetically modified crops, the US Cornell University-based non-profit organisation.
Uganda’s Parliament is free to pass its Biosafety Bill.
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