In England, allowed to grow GM plants with omega-3 fatty acids

GM crops with a high content of fish oil can be grown. That is the verdict of the British authorities for the company Rothamsted Research.

Genetically modified margarine should soon appear on the shelves of British shops. Rothamsted Research company allowed to grow plants with a high content of omega-3 fatty acids. The first seeds in May, will be planted in the fields of Hertfordshire. Professor Jonathan Napier, the lead author, said: “We have made undeniable progress in the last 10 years. And we are very pleased that we can now test the performance of plants in the field, in the real world.”

16 April 2014

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