‘Wait-and-see’ approach to GMOs blocks sustainable farming


Craige Mackenzie farms in New Zealand. For farmers like him, in a time where technology is moving very fast and a booming world population and fresh demands for environmental sustainability are constant challenges, it is time to have a sensible, science-based debate to select the traits that will be most beneficial and get them into the hands of farmers. Learn more in this article from the Genetic Literacy Project. Craige is a member of the Global Farmer Network, and also serves as a Board member.

Craige Mackenzie

Craige Mackenzie

Farming since 1978 on 200 hectares - seed crops including wheat, ryegrass, fescue, hybrid carrots, hybrid radish, spinach and chicory; use crop sensing, soil mapping, variable rate application of fertilizer, chemicals and irrigation. Partners in a 1200 cow dairy.

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