BIO defends biotech crop provision in spending bill

04/10/2013 | Genetic Engineering & Biotechnology News

The biotech crop provision signed into law last month was not instituted to protect biotech companies, but to protect farmers who invest money and time growing biotech crops, BIO said. The provision provides farmers assurance "that once they have adopted an approved product, their ability to plant and harvest their crop will not be unnecessarily jeopardized," BIO spokeswoman Karen Batra said.

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