GMO Ban in Germany Starts

by Admin on October 12, 2016


Reuters reports Germany’s state and federal governments will jointly decide on whether to ban the cultivation of crops that have been genetically modified in the country.

In a ruling made in 2015, the European Union approved cultivation of GMO crops but the ruling also allowed individual countries to have the final say.  Germany banned GMO crops the same year but could not decide on whether the state or the federal government should undertake the ban.

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The draft law requires both the state and federal governments to collectively decide upon the ban which is said to go to cabinet in November.

It has been reported that a total of 19 EU countries have opted out of growing genetically modified crops since the passing of EU’s GMO ruling in March

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