Podcast: South Australian farmers want access to GMO crops as moratorium debate rages

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ABC reports on debate over South Australia’s GMO moratorium. Flinders MP Peter Treloar states that he has not seen any evidence of a price premium for non-GM crops in South Australia. He believes growers should have access to the latest technologies.

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