Alejandro Hernández

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Alejandro Hernández

Director de Biotecnología para C.A. & Caribe, CropLife Latin America

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Posted on February 20, 2015
Response from Alejandro Hernández, Director de Biotecnología para C.A. & Caribe, CropLife Latin America • September 8, 2015
In general, all the Caribbean countries import grains for food and feed with most of the supply coming from biotech-growing countries such as the United States and Brazil. The islands have limited space to produce the grains they require, so imports are essential for providing food for people and livestock.   In terms of biotech adoption, the Dominican Republic contains a strong base of scientist and engineers that are doing research in GMOs, including the Instituto De Innovaction en... Read More
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