SOUTH KOREA: Genetically modified beans found on Korean farms
Genetically modified beans have been found at Korean farms for the first time, a group of scientists said. The group, led by Professor Park Won-mok of Korea University, said they found 10 altered genes in 3,000 bean leaves after inspecting growing beans in Kyonggi and South Chungchong Provinces last summer. The group believe the beans found are imports and most likely to be of foreign origin.
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