Wildlife refuges phasing out GMO crops, pesticides

August 2014
Farm & Dairy;8/14/2014, Vol. 100 Issue 47, pC7
Trade Publication
The article reports on the move of national wildlife refuges in the U.S. which are phasing out a pesticide class related to nicotine and genetically modified crops in programs that are intended to provide food to animals.


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