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When GE, non-GE and organic crops meet

Genetically engineered crops are an increasingly common and controversial part of U.S. agriculture and society. A new report from the U.S. Department of Agriculture's Economic Research Service examines the economics of the coexistence of GE, non-...

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Genetically engineered crops are an increasingly common and controversial part of U.S. agriculture and society.

A new report from the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s Economic Research Service examines the economics of the coexistence of GE, non-GE and organic crops. It also looks at what organic and non-GE producers do to avoid the unintended presence of GE material in their food, as well as the economic impacts when GE material is detected in organic crops.


Both the full report and a summary can be found here .

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