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South Australia lifts GMO crop moratorium, but Green Party vows to reinstate ban in 2020

Stock Journal | 
The state government announced [Dec. 19] it would publish regulations in the last Government Gazette of the year, lifting the ...
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Challenging the idea that the world’s farmers have been bought by ‘Big Ag’

Farm Weekly | 
Accusations that if you say anything good about biotechnology, then you must be getting paid by the multi-nationals, frustrates Canadian ...

GM canola becoming popular in Australia as farmers see yields increasing

Canola was once considered only useful as a break crop to clean-up weeds in paddocks, according to agronomist Greg Sefton, Cobram, ...
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