NSW is lifting its ban on genetically modified crops | 7NEWS

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NSW will lift its ban on genetically modified crops in a move welcomed by the state’s peak farming body.

NSW Agriculture Minister Adam Marshall said the 18-year moratorium on GM crops would be lifted in July and was expected to deliver a multi-billion-dollar boost to primary industry.

He expects the state’s farming sector will embrace GM technologies, opening the way for billions of dollars in benefits across NSW.

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