Genetic Engineering Fails to Significantly Boost Crop Yields

A new report from the Union of Concerned Scientists evaluates the overall effect genetic engineering has had on crop yields in relation to other agricultural technologies. Despite claims from the biotech industry that genetic engineering has increased U.S. crop yields over the past decade, the report found that natural farming approaches are actually better capable of boosting output.

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