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Farmers in Zimbabwe are adapting to climate change with new maize varieties

Zimbabwe, once the breadbasket of southern Africa, is largely dependent on food assistance due to drought caused by El Nino weather. Scientists have a solution: drought-resistant maize seed varieties.

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