Success – Non-GMO

Successful Agricultural methods are Non-GMO

From famine to food mecca

One more reason to marvel: The Netherlands is a small, densely populated country, with more than 1,300 inhabitants per square mile. It’s bereft of almost every resource long thought to be necessary for large-scale agriculture. Yet it’s the globe’s number two exporter of food as measured by value, second only to the United States, which has 270 times its landmass. How on Earth have the Dutch done it? (And of course it doesn’t do it with GMO technology)

Check out the answer: “resembles no other major food producer—a fragmented patchwork of intensely cultivated fields, most of them tiny by agribusiness standards,” sounds more like Uganda, doesn’t it? But the agricultural yields are totally different. Wouldn’t this be the country that Uganda learns from if it is to succeed?

Of course you will say that Uganda doesn’t have high tech of Denmark.

agriculture exchange internships with Israel

Then how about emulating this small desert country to which Uganda has been sending agriculture students, who were ranked highly in their academic performance by Israel?  Did Monsanto’s deep pockets get in the way of these students who were ready to do as were expected, to change Uganda’s agriculture with water efficient non-GMO technology which an Israel discovered which has been implemented successfully in producing high yields in the desert soils with hardly any water?

However, it makes one wonder why this information about these Israel trained students is stifled,

First Lady roots for Israeli trainers to boost skills development in Uganda. New Vision has the story…One would expect this to be a story in new vision paper, but it is not.

Europe largely rejected genetic modification at the same time the United States and Canada were embracing it

In fact, per study findings, when it comes to GMO agriculture, the only thing it increased is more pesticides use.




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