Experts Converged on a Consensus that Genome-edited Plants are Beneficial, Study


Researchers at the University of Saskatchewan conducted a survey that solicited opinions of experts (scientists, government officials, agribusiness professionals, etc.) about the potential benefits of site-specific genome-edited crops (free from foreign DNA) in comparison with genetically modified and conventional counterparts.

Results showed that the experts largely agree on the potential benefits of genome-edited crops in terms of agronomic performance (disease resistance, drought tolerance, high yields, and others) final product quality (nutrition, shelf life, and others), climate change resilience, and global food security…

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