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“I’m sorry Madam, but the only open field trips are for irrigation and biotechnology,” the clerk at the registration said to me.

“Bio-what?” I asked.

“Yes, Madam, to the Biotechnology and Nuclear Agriculture Research Institute. You can write your name here,” he finished.

I was too busy thinking to hear the last part of his statement. The first thing that came to my mind was genetically modified food, and I began quickly cataloging what I had eaten since I landed at the Kotoka International Airport for the 6th FARA Africa Agriculture Science Week, and whether there was any remote possibility that it would have been genetically engineered.

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