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Councils are starting to consult with primary producers and communities on whether to apply to retain Genetic Modification free status for marketing purposes.
Grain Producers SA (GPSA) has welcomed the lifting of the Genetic Modification GM moratorium after 16 years, with a strong commitment to restoring grower choice.
Following months of uncertainty, the Victorian State Government has announced it will continue to fund the Overland for three years to the tune of $3.8 million.
While business confidence is up, SA's hard hit tourism sector is pushing for an extension to the JobKeeper Federal Government subsidy as it attempts to recover from a catastrophic year.
Coorong District Council is also seeking feedback from primary producers and residents on whether to apply with State Government to remain Genetically Modification (GM) free for marketing purposes.
This week Jennie Lenman is having a chat to various players in the debate about Genetic Modification (GM) technology and whether councils should opt to stay GM-free.
With the lifting of the Genetic Modification moratorium, the SA Government is granting councils an opportunity to apply for GM-free status.