Team-up: Organic farmer and geneticist promote cooperation for sustainability

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Raoul Adamchak and Pamela Ronald believe the key to sustainability in agriculture is not insisting that organic farming and genetic engineering are mutually exclusive.

In a speech titled “Tomorrow’s Table: Organic Farming, Genetics, and the Future of Food,” the University of California, Davis professors presented their case as part of the Heuermann Lecture series at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln’s Hardin Hall Tuesday [Feburary 12] afternoon.

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