GM crops still far from mass cultivation

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Genetically-modified (GM) maize has yet to be grown en masse as there is still a requirement for tests if the variety can be used for animal feed production, but how long it will take is unknown. The Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development said GM maize does no harm to the environment and biological diversification and thus can be cultivated on a large scale. The ministry on Wednesday assigned the Department of Science, Technology and Environment to compile a circular reassuring that GM maize is qualified as a feedstock for animal feed processing.

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