New study finds genetically modified crops won’t feed world; Biodiversity is key

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A new study published in the peer-reviewed journal Agronomy for Sustainable Development concludes that genetically modified (GM) crops have little use when it comes to feeding a growing world.

In fact, the authors of the study conclude, GM crops are hampering efforts to sustainably feed the world by jeopardizing existing biological and genetic diversity.

Read the full article here: New study finds genetically modified crops won’t feed world; biodiversity is key

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