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WEMA: Improving lives in Africa

For family farmers in Africa, each maize harvest can mean the difference between hunger and providing children with food and education. The WEMA partners are working to deliver new drought-tolerant seed to help improve harvests for farmers like the Otor … Continue reading

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Behind the seeds of WEMA

The Water Efficient Maize for Africa (WEMA) Project has in the past year released 16 maize hybrid. The conventional drought-tolerant hybrid varieties that are expected to provide 20 to 35 per cent more grain yield than other commercial hybrids are … Continue reading

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Listening to the Women of Monsanto

Full article at: http://www.blogher.com/hearing-women-monsanto?page=full I asked four women who work at Monsanto what they’d like other women to know. “I love what I do, I get to work with incredible people, and we make a positive contribution to agriculture every … Continue reading

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