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Benefits of GM Crops Badly Underestimated

Source: Windsor Star, June 9, 2016

Canada
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Authors William Kerr, a professor in the Department of Agricultural and Resource Economics; Peter Phillips, a professor at the Johnson-Shoyama Graduate School of Public Policy; and Stuart Smyth, the assistant professor and research chair in Agri-Food Innovations, all with the University of Saskatchewan completed a 20 year review of GMO crops and explain the substantial benefits of GMO crops for consumers, farmers, health, environment and sustainable development they found.

Article
GMO
English