Where do we go from here? The view from Times Square

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Biotechnology can be used to produce improved crop varieties for organic farmers, allowing them to produce tastier foods and a wider variety of foods without using chemicals— and the opportunity to use fewer pesticides and other chemicals could help win consumer acceptance. Whether that happens will depend upon how this new technology is used. Using it to sell more herbicide offers nothing to consumers, and it isn’t going to earn their acceptance of crop biotechnology.
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1999
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Agricultural biotechnology; consolidation; factory farming; organic farming; food insecurity; IPM; globalization; enviromental protection; human health; nutrition; patents;
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