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Breakthrough Offers Promise of Improved GMO Testing

May 8, 2012

even if a crop hasn’t been genetically engineered, it can be contaminated, often through pollen drift or cross-pollination, by a crop that has.For wheat growers in Washington state, for example, that can spell the doom of their livelihoods since most of the wheat grown in that state is exported to countries that won’t accept shipments that contain any traces of GMOs.

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