Genetically-Manipulated Crops Threaten Nature?

A new Swedish study claims that the use of genetically-manipulated crops could have a disastrous affect on both plant and animal life in this Scandinavian nation.

The study maintains pollen from manipulated corn, sugar beets and rape could spread to other plants –with weeds becoming resistant to pesticides and reducing the number of insects, birds and other plants close to the fields with genetically manipulated crops.

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