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Genetically Modified crops back on menu in South Australia

THE South Australian Government has announced farmers on mainland South Australia will now have the choice to plant Genetically Modified (GM) food crops next season.

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 A Moratorium on Genetically Modified crops has been lifted in South Australia.

A Moratorium on Genetically Modified crops has been lifted in South Australia.

The decision to lift the GM Food Crops Moratorium on mainland South Australia, but retain it on Kangaroo Island, follows recommendations from a high-level independent review undertaken by Emeritus Professor...

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