Lithuanian Chamber of Agriculture warns about GMO crops

Andriejus Stančikas, chairman of the Chamber of Agriculture of Lithuania, is convinced that the European Union's (EU) decision to allow member-states to independently decide on growing GMO is not well-advised: more resilient and cheaper GMO crops will eventually push out traditional crops anyway.
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