Ghana: Agricultural Biotechnology Annual

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The application for commercial release of Ghana’s first genetically engineered (GE) product - Bt cowpea is now ready to be submitted to the National Biosafety Authority (NBA) for approval and a regulatory trial for Nitrogen-Use Efficient (NUE) rice is also underway. 

Ghana: Agricultural Biotechnology Annual

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