Ministers and scientists urge rethink on GM crops

The government and scientists have urged the public and farmers to reconsider the benefits of genetically modified crops, which they say can boost yields and alleviate rising food costs. Research suggests real benefits for farmers and the environment are contributing to the rapid spread of GM crops.

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