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Third World Countries & Genetically Modified Crops
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Third World Countries & Genetically Modified Crops

Third World Countries & Genetically Modified Crops

Third World Countries & Genetically Modified Crops
Only Available in Archive Formats.

GUESTS: JOHN BIEWEN *Correspondent and Producer, American RadioWorks CHANNAPATNA (C.S.) PRAKASH *Professor, Plant Molecular Genetics, Tuskegee University ANURADHA MITTAL *Co-Director, FOOD FIRST (Institute for Food and Development Policy) Genetically modified crops are a scientific wonder and the focus of heated debates in the U.S. over food safety and environmental concerns. But farmers in other parts of the world say genetically modified crops could give them self-sufficiency and be the answer to world hunger. Should genetically modified crops be harvested in Third World countries?

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