Kenya: New Breed of Rice Raises Hopes for Domestic Rice Production
August 5, 2013 Editor 0
[ThinkAfricaPress]In Kenya’s bid to reduce its reliance on rice imports, a new strain that uses less water and has high nutritional value could prove significant.
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