3 thoughts on “Ban on GM potato in Peru

  1. First legal GM corn planted

    Mexico: The Agriculture Department announced on Wednesday that private companies in Mexico have begun the first legal plantings of genetically modified corn.

    Environmentalists and farm groups filed an appeal with the Inter-American Human Rights Commission on the same day, arguing that the government has been unwilling or unable to halt the illicit spread of GM crops in Mexico, the birthplace of corn.

    They insist that the government shouldn’t authorise legal plantings until it investigates contamination from past, illicit biotech planting.


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