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Obstacles to Accessing Agricultural Technology in India

Currently, Indian farmers can access just one seed technology: Bt cotton.

Two of the nation’s agricultural leaders, G.S. Mann and G. Sidhu, question why they can’t use technology available in the West, and argue for greater access based on their experience of higher yields and lower pesticide use with Bt cotton.

To learn more, read Joan Conrow's article "Farmers in Bangladesh and India question unequal access to homegrown innovation"

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