20 Years of GMOs in BrazilDecember 5, 2018
Agroconsult Consultancy, with support from the Council for Information on Biotechnology (CIB Brazil), released the report titled 20 Years of GMOs: Environmental, Economic, and Social Benefits in Brazil. The report highlights the GM crops adoption benefits for farmers including reduction in the application of pesticides per hectare, fewer losses caused by pest, and better productivity and yield of the GM crops compared to conventional crops.
Download the Executive Summary of the report from CIB.
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