R: proportions of GE crops
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- Date: Tue, 24 Nov 1998 20:09:16 +0100
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Very nice questions.
I offer myself as volunteer to collect any possible answer and to produce a
FAQ, or maybe, a list of websites where the informations can be found (if
someone suggest them).
Da: Werner Reisberger <email@example.com>
A: firstname.lastname@example.org <email@example.com>
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Data: luned́ 23 novembre 1998 11.18
Oggetto: proportions of GE crops
>On Sun, 22 Nov 1998 firstname.lastname@example.org wrote:
>> Two questions,
>> Anybody know where I can get an idea of the percentages of GE crops
>> being grown around the world in different countries?
>I think this question has been answered before. Generally the percentages
>can only be estimated. It's difficult to get a helpful answer because GE
>companies are interested to exaggerate the numbers and many countries
>don't monitor GMO cultivation at all.
>Some helpful articles which I found in the GENTECH archive are:
>> And a list of companies producing GE crops, such as Novertis, Monsanto
>I don't know a current summary but there are many sources available. One
>good starting point may be:
>It would be useful to have something like a FAQ for such questions. Any