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Aug 6, 2017 | 05:48 1 TGM Soybean Seeds Have Revolutionized the Crop in Four Different Countries
Argentina Publishes Comparative Study of GM and Conventional Soybean Crops

By Amanda Brodhagen, Farms.com

Argentine Ministry of Agriculture publishes results of a comparative study between Argentina, Brazil, Paraguay and Uruguay on growing genetically modified (GM) soybeans and conventional soybeans

Almost 50 percent of the world?s soybean production is grown in four countries - Argentina, Brazil, Paraguay and Uruguay. A new study released by the Ministry of Agriculture, Livestock and Fisheries of Argentine (MAGP) and the Inter-American Institute for Cooperation on Agriculture (IICA) compared the countries soybean production of GM soybeans to conventional soybeans

The study concluded that GM seed cultivation has a positive environmental aspect when compared to conventional soybean cultivation. Growing GM soybeans were found to reduce soil erosion, improve plant nutrition and reduce the amount of fertilizer needed for application which is correlated with nitrous oxide emissions.

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Klause's Avatar Aug 6, 2017 | 23:21 5 Interesting.
The actual study from ministeria agricultura has a very different summary Reply With Quote
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Interesting.
The actual study from ministeria agricultura has a very different summary
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