Report joins GM debate

Updated October 28 2016 - 5:45am, first published September 28 2016 - 9:30pm
CROP TECH: Daniel Feder, Wolseley, and Jonathan Dyer, Kaniva, Vic, in one of Mr Dyer's genetically-modified canola crops. He says GM varieties provide outstanding grass weed control for their cropping enterprise.

THE state government claims its genetically-modified-free status, combined with overseas demand for non-GM foods and crops, could provide a huge economic benefit for SA.

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