Farmers have been growing GM crops for 20 years and planted 180 million hectares to GM crops in 2015. Qaim provides a thorough and unbiased review of the accumulated research on the risks, benefits, and policy issues surrounding the use of GM crops in developing countries. The book will be valuable for anyone looking for a readable and credible source that summarizes a vast and complex literature on the impact and policy implications of GM crops.
|Asian Journal of Agriculture and Development (AJAD)
|book review genetically modified crops
|1656-4383 (print); 2599-3879 (online)
|Southeast Asian Regional Center for Graduate Study and Research in Agriculture (SEARCA)