Genetically Modified Crops: The Future of Farming

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The NSW had long banned the growing of and use of genetically modified crops, but the latest advances in technology has left any indecision on the matter seemingly wrong. Having passed all safety checks and with the 10-year gross profit as a result of the ability to grow larger amounts of crops.

Despite all this, some people are still left feeling dissatisfied that their food will now be tampered with, but as Professor Daniel Tan explains, there is nothing to worry about.

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