Soybean farmers hit by droughts try new technology

World Today

China’s Agriculture Ministry recently approved the import and use of soybeans as raw material using Bioceres’ Crop Solutions drought tolerance technology.

It’s a technology that gives crops greater tolerance to a lack of water and is hailed as a landmark development for agriculture.

Bioceres is promoting the technology for farmers who have been suffering from harsh weather, while China’s decision paves the way for its entry into a key market.

CGTN’s Joel Richards reports.