GM crops 'have increased pesticide use'

THE biotechnology industry's claims that the first generation of genetically modified crops are benefiting the environment by making possible substantial reductions in pesticide use have been dealt a damaging blow by a major US study.1 Pesticide usage did decline in the first three years after GM crops were commercialised - but is now significantly higher than on conventional crops.

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