Genetically modified food: the wrong path for Australia?

Greenpeace’s radical action in destroying genetically modified wheat crops being trialled by the CSIRO in Canberra has catapulted the issue of GM foods on to the Australian food table.

The government has plans to introduce GM wheat by 2015 but a former CSIRO scientist says they’ve got it all wrong. Features: Dr Maarten Stapper, farming systems agronomist and former CSIRO employee; Dr Jeremy Burdon, Chief of the Division of Plant Industry, CSIRO; Cam McKellar, biological crop farmer, Spring Ridge, north west New South Wales; Laura Kelly, Head of Food and Farming Campaign, Greenpeace.

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