19.08.2003 |

74% of Australian Farmers don't want to plant GMOs

In the first public survey of farmers' attitudes toward GM crops, Biotechnology Australia found 74 per cent of 500 people quizzed said they would not consider growing genetically altered crops at this stage.Forty nine per cent said they were generally opposed to GM crops, while 23 per cent said they were supportive while another 17 per cent answered neither.</p><p><a href="http://news.ninemsn.com.au/Sci_Tech/story_35883.asp">Farmers say no to GM crops in survey</a>

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