Friday, April 21, 2006
Outlawing genetically modified crops by Jack Lessenberry's Essays and Interviews
Jack Lessenberry writes: It's estimated that nearly three-quarters of processed foods now contain genetically modified ingredients. But not everybody thinks this is a good idea. Some think they are not safe and organic farmers, worry that the GMOs could contaminate their fields. Recently, some local governments in California and several states have been outlawing genetically modified crops.
Listen to Interview: Gerald Van Woerkom
Also read or listen to the companion Essay: Genetic Modification
Also read or listen to this related story entitled BIOTECH JOBS ON THE RISE by GLRC Environment Report
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