GM crops not such a scourge after all

No matter where one stands on the Genetically-Modified (GM) food divide, a new study appearing in the journal Nature provides evidence that the presence of GM crops is a boon to all other nearby crops, including non-GM crops, positively increasing the yields of both GM and non-GM foods.

View the original article here: GM Crops Not Such a Scourge After All; Shown to Benefit Their Non … – iTechPost

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