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A new law offers better protection for indigenous plants of significance to Māori, but no requirement to share profits

By David Jefferson, Lecturer, University of Canterbury
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Plant breeders must now engage with kaitiaki if special relationships with a plant have been asserted. But Māori have no say on the introduction of exotic plants that could become invasive.The Conversation

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