India: Discredited Seralini paper wreaks havoc on GM debate

The following is an excerpt.

India has become a flashpoint for the use of modern biotechnology in agriculture in the world.

Dogged activism by groups and organisations that strongly believe that this technology is not only unsafe, but also maintain that it is inappropriate for an agrarian economy.As much as activists have their own world view to shape India’s agriculture, the scientific community of the country that ushered the most successful green revolution in the sixties by turning the country from a “basket case” into a ‘bread basket”, have a different take on what ails Indian agriculture today, and ways and means to face new challenges to the productivity of Indian agriculture in the coming decades in the light of climate change (global warming)

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View the original article here: ‘Ban on GM crops will imperil Indian agriculture’

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