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EU report finds that some GMO crops could threaten organic, wild varieties

(March 18, 2002 CropChoice news) A report out of the European Union finds that some transgenic crops, particularly oilseed rape and corn, are likely to cross-pollinate with their organic counterparts and with wild relatives. This would present agronomic and environmental problems, and would harm the efforts of organic growers to make a living by ruining their crops.

Source: Reuters

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