GM benefits are plain to see, comments GM supporter

| | May 30, 2012
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IF CROP biotechnology had not been available to the 15.4 million farmers using it in 2010, maintaining global food production would have required additional plantings of 5.1 million hectares of soybeans, 5.6 million ha of corn, 3 million ha of cotton and 0.35 million ha of canola. That is equivalent, in total, to 54 per cent of Australia’s total cropping area.

View the original article here: GM benefits are plain to see – Stock and Land

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