South Australia is the second to last state to lift the GM moratorium and allow farmers to choose  to grow genetically modified  crops if they choose. Eleven local councils, concerned for their clean green image,  were given the opportunity to apply for exemptions.  Those  have now been refused by the State government, leaving organic farmers legally exposed if their crops become contaminated, and creating tensions in rural communities.

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