Court battle for GM buffer zone

Steve Marsh, of Kojonup in Western Australia, lost his organic certification for almost 70 per cent of his 478ha farm after it was contaminated by GM canola from a neighbouring property. Mr Marsh is suing his neighbour in the WA Supreme Court for financial losses and is seeking an order to prohibit the planting of GM canola within 2.5km of his farm.

View the original article here: Court battle for GM buffer zone – Weekly Times Now

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