GM ban to be lifted in South Australia

SOUTH Australian politicians look to have reached an agreement to allow genetically modified (GM) crops to be grown in the state after a 16-year ban.

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Genetically modified crops such as canola will be able to be planted in South Australia next year.

South Australia's Liberal Government yesterday announced it had reached a position that will enable legislation to pass to lift the GM food crops moratorium and allow GM crops to be grown on mainland

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