GM plants don’t make good weeds – study

LONDON, ENGLAND – Genetically modified, GM,
crops don't survive well in the wild, and are no
more likely to invade other habitats than their
unchanged counterparts. That's according to a
ten-year survey of GM crops published in the
journal Nature.

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