The Photograph shows one of our host farmers selfing sorghum heads to maintain genetic purity. The photograph was taken Kolir Sub-county, Bukedea district, Eastern Uganda. The farmer in the photograph is Mrs. Jessica Florence Osire, who hosted my MSc. research work. She is a member of Popular Knowledge Women's Initiative, a very popular and innovative women led Farmer Research Network in Eastern Uganda. Involving farmers in the breeding cycle like this makes them fully aware of how a new variety is developed and make them differentiate between GMOs and conventionally bred high yielding varieties.