In order for Africa to compete in a developing global bio-economy, the continent must embrace agricultural innovations.
This was highlighted during a two-day forum recently held in Nairobi organized by the Forum for Agricultural Research in Africa (FARA) and the German government.
“One of the key ingredients to growth in the agriculture sector is attributable to development of technology that fails to be aligned to the needs of the client and effectively fails to compliment national and institutional goals aspirations,” Kenya’s Cabinet Secretary for Agriculture Felix Koskei said. Read more. Source | CNBCAfrica.com