NEW ZEALAND: Report sees boom in both GM and organic take-up by farmers
Nearly a fifth of farmers in New Zealand say they are planning to adopt genetic engineering technology within the next decade, according to new research published by the country's Lincoln University . At the same time, the number of farmers producing crops and food using organic cultivation methods is also expected to soar. At the moment 10% of farmers use organic farming methods, but the survey showed this increasing to 37%.
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