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From this week, every mainland Australian state will allow genetically modified crops. Here's why that's nothing to fear

By Daniel Tan, Professor of Agronomy (Agriculture), University of Sydney
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GM proponents say the technology leads to better crop yields and may solve food shortages and reduce pests. Opponents say GM is a threat to the environment and humans. So where does the truth lie?

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