Farmers vs GM
23 March 2017 | Agriculture
Pertinent to farmers is their ability to save, exchange, sell and replant seeds. Hence, this presentation makes reasonable inference that farmers’ rights to seed are inherent and paramount to developing countries in order to sustain their livelihood, protect their rights and prevent the extinction of seeds.
This presentation will also examine how the introduction of biotechnology, particularly genetically modified (gm) seeds, implicate on these inherent rights in developing countries.