First Transgenic Drought Tolerant Maize Trials in Eastern Africa
The first transgenic drought tolerant maize trials under the Water Efficient Maize for Africa (WEMA) project were planted in confined fields in Uganda on 25 November and in Kenya on 1 December 2010 following the regulatory approval given by the respective national biosafety committee/ authority. The permit approval to conduct similar confined field trials in Tanzania is being awaited.
For more information, contact Sylvester Oikeh, WEMA project manager, at email@example.com or Grace Wachoro, project communications officer at firstname.lastname@example.org
This article is part of the Crop Biotech Update, a weekly summary of world developments in agri-biotech for developing countries, produced by the Global Knowledge Center on Crop Biotechnology, International Service for the Aquisition of Agri-Biotech Applications SEAsiaCenter (ISAAA)
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