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GM Crop Trials Results Could Hurt Biotech Position In The EU

By Nuala Moran


Wednesday, October 22, 2003
LONDON - The prospects of lifting the moratorium on genetically modified crops in Europe were undermined severely when the results of the biggest GM crop trials anywhere in the world concluded that herbicide-tolerant oil seed rape and sugar beet are more harmful to wildlife than conventional crops. (BioWorld International)

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