Brinjal is a primary source of cash income for resource-poor farmers in Bangladesh. Currently, 7.8 percent of the land under vegetable crops, 64,208, hectares is dedicated to growing about 340,000 metric tones of brinjal per annum. However, this is only 1.1 percent of the world’s production.... More
10 June 2019: For those who wish to obtain a copy of Bt Brinjal in Bangladesh: The First Genetically Engineered Food Crop in a Developing Country article but do not have access to the Mann Library at Cornell, please visit this URL to purchase a copy.
22 February 2019: US Ambassador to Bangladesh tours Bt brinjal field