Disease resistance and better yield cited as benefits of genetic modification

Genetic modification of crop plants could boost yield, cut farming's use of pesticides and reduce greenhouse gas emissions, but the UK industry is failing to benefit because policy being dictated by "luvvies in Hampstead".

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