Burkina Faso Abandons GM Cotton

The nation - historically a player on the international cotton market - says the GM cotton produces a poor quality crop that fetches low prices.

  • Burkina Faso:   Burkina Faso Abandons GM Cotton

    Deutsche Welle, 28 June 2016

    Burkina Faso is phasing out genetically modified cotton. It says it produces a poor quality crop which fetches low prices. This hasn't stop other African states from using genetic… Read more »

Cotton farmers in Burkina Faso (file photo).

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