Legally binding GMO-free zones are currently considered illegal because they would restrict the freedom of farmers to opt for genetically modified crops. Their generally popularity, however, cannot be ignored, as effectively denying co-existence inherently simplifies the technical segregation of production systems.
Details on the approach of this project have not been specified.
The team has reached only preliminary, unpublished results at this stage of the project.
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