AUSTRALIA: US farmers to share GM experiences with counterparts in Oz
Next month, US farmers will visit NSW, VIC, SA and Western Australia to share their experiences and concerns of genetically modified (GM) crops. The "Seeds of Doubt" tour has been organised by a network of Australian farmers from the major grain growing regions of Australia. In a communique they explain: "We, like many farmers, are concerned about the potential economic and environmental impacts of GM crops."
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