Edited By: National Research Council and CIBFLES
This is the first comprehensive assessment of the environmental, economic and social impacts of the GE-crop revolution on U.S. farms. It addresses how GE crops have affected U.S. farmers, both adopters and nonadopters of the technology, their incomes, agronomic practices, production decisions, environmental resources and personal well-being. The book offers several new findings and four recommendations that could be useful to farmers, industry, science organizations, policy makers and others in government agencies.
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