It’s past time for world to embrace biotechnology

The following is an edited excerpt.

Convincing Americans about the advantages of biotechnology never has been the main issue. The United States, along with Canada and most of the Western hemisphere, already has accepted biotechnology.

It’s time for the rest of the world to catch up.

When news of the GM wheat discovery hit the media, our buyers in Japan and Korea immediately suspended purchases and promised to test samples. Europe said that it would increase its testing of wheat as well .

Time to commercialize GM wheat is past due. The sooner everyone stops fussing over a safe and healthy product, the sooner farmers and consumers all over the world will benefit.

Read the full story here: TERRY WANZEK: Past time for world to embrace biotechnology

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