Mexico postpones GMO corn plantings

A temporary halt on the planting of GMO corn took place on Thursday, Nov. 22 as it was announced that proposed plantings of the highly controversial genetically modified maize were halted in Mexico.
The news means that the successor’s government of president-elect Enrique Pena Nieto will now handle the issue sometime in the spring of 2013 according to Reuters.

View the original article here: Mexico GMO Corn Plantings Postponed as 7,000 Years of Agriculture Hangs in the Balance

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