Coexistence possible with planning

By Alisha Fogden
Updated August 21 2015 - 7:06am, first published August 10 2015 - 6:00pm
RISK MANAGEMENT: University of Adelaide researcher Associate Professor Chris Preston says research over the past 20 years shows the importance of farmers understanding the on-farm and off-farm risks with GM canola, particularly when setting-out coexistence strategy and protocols.

IF SA's genetically modified crop moratorium was lifted in SA tomorrow, farmers could be confident that coexistence with non-GM crops could be successfully achieved with good management, according to University of Adelaide researcher Chris Preston.

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