Podcast: Political opposition blocks South Australia’s plan to lift GMO crop ban

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South Australia is the only mainland state that bans farmers from growing genetically modified food. The ban’s been in place for nearly 16 years and was due to be lifted by the State Government in just a few days time.

Now it’s hit a political snag that’s seen it aborted at the eleventh hour, and farmers hoping to cash in on the practice have been left high and dry.

 

Read full, original article: Plans to lift GM ban on for SA farmers scuttled by Opposition, Crossbenchers

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