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GM crops in Argentina

While the global debate over genetically modified crops continues, Argentina could not imagine an agricultural landscape without them. In 2007, 98 per cent of the country's soybean crop will be GM, but why the growing trend, and what is the impact for farmers and the environment?
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Under Menen, GM crops were introduced into Argentina, Unfortunately, as this article states, many of Argentinian crops and foods are genetically modified, which will gradually or even rapidly cause many problems, both financial and health.
posted by: yasuyuki tateishi (00:26:56 Mon 30th January 2012)



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