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Disappearing non-GM cotton – ways forward to maintain diversity, increase availability and ensure quality of non-GM cotton seed

Description: On 21 June 2011, the National Workshop on ‘Disappearing non-GM cotton – ways forward to maintain diversity, increase availability and ensure quality of non-GM cotton seed’ was hold at the University of Agricultural Sciences Dharwad (UAS Dharwad), Dharwad, Karnataka, India. The proceeding provides an overview on the presentations and presents the main workshop output the ‘Dharwad Declaration 21st June 2011’.
Link: http://www.fibl.org/fileadmin/documents/en/news/2011/ProceedingNationalWorkshop_DisappearingNon-GMCotton.pdf
Author: D. Forster, M. Messmer, R. Baruah, S.S. Patil
Year: 2011
Category: Environmental & social aspects, Farming Aspects
Submitted by: Dionys Forster

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