Editorial: More regulation needed for enhanced crops

10/1/2004 | NYTimes.com

The inadvertent spread of genetically modified grass seed from an experiment bed proves the U.S. government needs to carefully consider the way the research is regulated, The New York Times said in an editorial. While seeds spreading from biotech-enhanced crops is not on the same level of global warming or nuclear waste, the editorial argues the knowledge of how far seeds can travel illustrates the need for deeper scrutiny of modified crops.

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