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New South Wales lifts GM crop ban

THE New South Wales Government will lift the ban on the use of Genetically Modified (GM) crops by allowing an 18-year moratorium to lapse.

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 A ban on GM crops in NSW is set to end in July. Picture Mark Saunders.

A ban on GM crops in NSW is set to end in July. Picture Mark Saunders.

NSW Minister for Agriculture, Adam Marshall, said by lifting the ban on 1 July, the Government was opening the door for the state's primary industries to embrace new GM technologies in the field - potentially...

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