GM oilseed traits persist years later in feral plants – study

Genetically modified (GM) oilseed traits persist in feral (unplanted) plants years after a crop was planted, a new study has shown.

The study, entitled ‘Genetic Diversity of Oilseed Rape Fields and Feral Populations in theContext of Coexistence with GM Crops’ and published inthe

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