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How Asian consumers and farmers are tiptoeing into using GMO crops

Corry Elyda | 
High costs, back-breaking work and unpredictable yields compelled Rosalie Ellasus to give up on corn farming.... ... But Rosalie changed ...
Bt brinjals on the market

Anti-GMO activists can’t admit success of Bangladesh’s insect-resistant GMO eggplant

Mark Lynas | 
For more than a decade controversy has raged in the world’s media about whether genetically engineered crops are dangerous, as ...

Indonesia: Transgenic products safe, say scientists

After a French researcher published an alarming study on genetically modified crops, Indonesian scientists say they will scrutinize research from ...
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