An apple farmer against genetic engineering

Do foods from genetically modified seeds have to be labelled on the market? While the European Union is discussing the Crispr-CAS method, an apple farmer from Bielefeld says that although modern breeding methods produce high-performance varieties, they are susceptible to diseases and require a lot of pesticides. His experience: fruit trees are much healthier when they are bred using traditional methods and do not need pesticides.

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