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  • Joseph Najjar's picture
    Joseph Najjar
    12.14.2013
    Yes actually! neighboring farmers using GM crops help to suppress the overall population of that pest in the region. This is just one example of biotechnology bettering the world of agriculture, for everyone involved. These cultivars are even shown to increase biodiversity, as they do not target any insects that don't attack the plants directly.

    http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0273230000914260

    Here is the full PDF, if you would like to read more than the Abstract:

    http://training.fws.gov/bart/Resources/pesticides/gmos/safety%20and%20advantages%202002%20reg%20tox%20and%20pharm.pdf