Can the Farmers of KwaHhohono Save Their Seeds?

Can the Farmers of KwaHhohono Save Their Seeds?

The integrity of the natural seeds and traditional farming culture of KwaHhohho in Mtubatuba, KwaZulu-Natal is being enhanced  by agroecological methods and a community market garden. See how these methods are helping farmers retain their food sovereignty while under threat. Despite the offer of GM seeds and chemical pesticides these farmers are trying to save their traditional ways.

 

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