The official noted that the genetically modified cotton is considered as a solution to existing problems with the quality of cotton produce in South Khorasan Province.
He added that by taking advantage of the new technology, the cotton crop harvested across provincial farms has been increased 5-7 times.
Explaining on the legal aspects of the issue, Ghane’i said taking advantage of any new technology in farms would need permission from the Iranian parliament’s biosafety committee. (SH)
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