Saturday, November 30, 2019
Talking Biotech 215 - The GE Crop Ban in South Australia
While Australian farmers have adopted GE crops with great economic and environmental success, the government of the state of South Australia has imposed a moratorium on their use. The ban has been in place since 2005, and farmers in the region need to rely on more intensive methods of weed control and experience lower yields. Recent political changes sought to reverse the ban. Today's podcast features Caroline Rhodes, the CEO of Grain Producers South Australia, and discusses the unfair and burdensome rules that harm the state's producers.
Listen to this episode here.
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