From GM crops to listed buildings explosive opposites are at work
Last week, the panic over wind-blown contamination by GM crops turned out to have been misplaced. Why? Because the little devils have been spurning the wind and hitching a ride into neighbouring organic fields in mud that sticks to the tyres of tractors instead.
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