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Sustainability of genetically engineered insect-resistant Crops: A view from the fringe

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Product flexibility in the marketplace. Would allow growers to maximize economic returns by responding to local pest populations, especially through the use of IPM, rather than being limited to specific management strategies aimed at potential pest problems.

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2015

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Agricultural biotechnology; sustainability; stewardship; genetical engineering; GMO; GE crops; resistance; resistance management; coexistence; seed industry; labeling; insect resistance

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Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivatives 4.0 International

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