reading about genetically modified crops infecting all crops
Source: European Science and Technology Obsrvatory, Institute for Prospective Technological Studies
New case studies on the coexistence of GM and non-GM crops in European agriculture (PDF; 4.4 MB)
"This report analyses the need and feasibility of changes in agricultural practices to ensure coexistence between GM and non-GM crop production in the EU. The term coexistence refers to the ability of farmers to choose between conventional, organic or GM-based crop production, in compliance with the relevant EU legislation on labelling and/or purity standards.guidelines or decrees issued by Member States, so GM crop farmers were under no obligation to take any measure to avoid adventitious presence in non-GM crops."