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The world’s largest study of genetically modified crops concluded that GM sugar beets and oilseed rape are much worse for wildlife than the conventional varieties, primarily because of the heavy application of the poisons they were engineered to resist.

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The world’s largest study of genetically modified crops concluded that GM sugar beets and oilseed rape are much worse for wildlife than the conventional varieties, primarily because of the heavy application of the poisons they were engineered to resist.

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