The report captures the experiences and lessons learned from a week-long seeing-is-believing study tour by a delegation of six East and Southern African cotton growing countries to Bt cotton hybrid fields in India from September 27- October 2, 2015.

The document measures the success of biotech cotton by featuring a comprehensive overview of the adoption, impact, progress and future of biotech cotton in the country. It presents a synopsis of the 13 years of adoption and impact of Bt cotton since its first commercial release in 2002.

The Status of Commercialized Bt Brinjal in Bangladesh is a comprehensive report on the status of commercialized Bt brinjal in Bangladesh.

Contrary to the perception that young farmers are abandoning active farming, the survey conducted by the Indian Society for Cotton Improvement (ISCI) demonstrates that Bt cotton technology has attracted young farmers to cotton farming in the country.

This publication includes statistics on the adoption of single and multiple gene Bt cotton hybrids; adoption of Bt cotton by major states in India as well as number of farmers adopting Bt cotton hybrids from 2002 to 2010.

This document features a legion of referenced and compelling independent studies that confirm Bt cotton has transformed cotton production in India by decreasing insecticide applications, increasing yield and through socio-economic and welfare benefits.

This document is the first volume in a new series of publications to mark the 10th year of Bt cotton cultivation in India. It is a comprehensive and rich source of information on the multi-purpose utility Bt cotton for food (oil), feed (cake) and fiber (kapas) that has been gaining popularity in the country since 2002.

The Status of Bt Cotton-the Silver Sixth-in Myanmar, 2010 features a comprehensive overview of the adoption and impact of the introduction of Ngwe chi 6 or Silver Sixth– the long staple insect resistant Bt cotton variety developed using genetic modification technology.   The new publication includes the most relevant authoritative statistics and references on Bt cotton in Myanma

In this new report ISAAA critically analyzes adoption and impact of Bt cotton in India from 2002-2009 at the national and farm-level taking into account 11 independent studies conducted by public institutions. Is the first volume in new

This comprehensive review of all aspects of cultivation of brinjal in India summarises the development and regulatory status in India of biotech Bt brinjal hybrids. Bt brinjal was approved in India for experimental seed production in 2008-2009 and is under consideration for commercial release.