Commentary: Biotech seeds drift, controversy continues

09/26/2004 | NYTimes.com

Growing concerns over the drifting of bio-engineered crop seeds that may "contaminate" organic farm crops, thus altering their genetic makeup, have farmers, scientists and lawmakers debating what the future may bring. The biotechnology industry views the risks as minimal, noting plant seeds have mingled for eons, but the organic foods industry is reliant on keeping its plants free of genetically modified organisms.

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