India’s harvest of hypocrisy: Farmers blamed for GM crop failures

The following is an excerpt.

Of all the GMO controversies around the world, the saga of Bt cotton in India continues to be one of the most interesting and important. In the latest chapter, reported by the Business Standard, cotton yields have dropped to a 5-year low, setting off a fascinating round of finger pointing.

View the original article here: Harvest of Hypocrisy: Farmers Being Blamed for GMO Crop Failures

Related article:  Video: GM insect-resistant cotton boosted India's crop yields 29% and farmer incomes $24.31 billion
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