Picking cotton: The choice between organic and genetically-engineered cotton for farmers in South India

Description: Greenpeace report which says that farming organic cotton in India is more profitable than growing genetically engineered varieties of cotton because of the higher input costs of GM and a greater potential for debt accumulation.
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Author: Greenpeace
Year: 2010
Category: Environmental & social aspects, Farming Aspects, Other
Submitted by: Andrea Bischof


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