GE pioneer Roger Beachy: I got into biotech to reduce the use of chemical pesticides

One of the founding fathers of agricultural biotechnology, best-known for his pioneering research on virus-resistant plants, Dr Roger Beachy caught up with FoodNavigator-USA to give us his perspective on the current debate over the role of GM crops in the food supply.

Read the full interview here: Roger Beachy: I got into biotech because I wanted to reduce the use of chemical pesticides

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