International seeds day and the importance of quality non GMO seeds

In commemorating international seeds day, Kelly Dini from Seeds for Africa engaged with Duncan Masiwa from www.foodformzansi.co.za to discuss international seed day and quality seed.

When it comes to genetically modified foods, there are rising concerns about whether they have an adverse effect on human health. Experts reckon there is a greater need for South Africans to be informed on the dangers of genetically modified food and patented seeds.

As the world commemorates International Seeds Day, every year on 26 April, the focus has landed on the potential dangers lurking around genetically modified seeds, seed importance and seed education.

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