GM seeds spur protest in Costa Rica

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Close to one hundred people gathered in front of the Ministerio de Agricultura y Ganaderia (MAG) in San Jose on Tuesday, November 6, to protest the introduction of Genetically Modified (GM) corn seeds into Costa Rican agriculture. Speakers argued that the cultivation of corn is indigenous to Costa Rica and Central America, and is based on open pollination of native plants.

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