Farmer hesitancy drops following work to secure storage, local buyer for GM

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By Lauren Fitzgerald
November 20 2021 - 7:04am
GROWING AGAIN: Jarrod Phelps said he will definitely grow GM canola next season too, to combat the ryegrass resistance issue. Photo: LAUREN FITZGERALD

CUMMINS farmer Jarrod Phelps said, despite the challenges of the season, genetically-modified canola would continue to increase in popularity as growers battle with resistance to ryegrass in their conventional crops.

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