AUSTRALIA: Farmers group won’t call for moratorium on GMOs
The South Australian Farmers Federation (SAFF) has said that it will not call for a moratorium on genetically modified organisms (GMOs) despite a survey showing that there was 80% support for such an action. SAFF said that although the survey showed 80% of respondents were in favour of a moratorium, only 25% of SAFF's members responded to the survey and it was therefore not indicative of the views of all South Australian Farmers.
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