No advantage found in GM-free council applications

By Elizabeth Anderson and Alisha Fogden
Updated November 6 2020 - 1:18am, first published November 4 2020 - 7:34pm
Hartley cropper Tim Harvey, who lives in the Alexandrina Council region, is already making inquiries about growing GM canola next season.

PRIMARY Industries and Regional Development Minister David Basham has rejected all proposals from 11 local council areas hoping to gain genetically-modified food crop-free status, saying the applications did not meet the legislation's terms.

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