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Biotech

doom's Journal: Genetic Engineering: the Savior of Organic Farming?

At a recent Long Now talk, Pamela Ronald and Raoul Adamchak presented an argument that genetically engineered food crops may work well with organic gardening techniques, reducing or eliminating the need for pesticides and fertilizers. You can read Stewart Brand's summary of the talk, or listen to it: Organically Grown and Genetically Engineered: The Food of the Future (mp3)
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Genetic Engineering: the Savior of Organic Farming?

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