Preventatitve v. Punitive: How Genetically Modified Rice Litigation Shaped Regulation and Remedy for Genetically Engineered Crops
regulations, rice, genetics, genetically modified, genetically engineered, LLRICE601
As agricultural technology develops, new issues emerge. While genetically engineered crops can increase yields and productivity, they can also increase new legal concerns that had not previously existed. One such concern is the comingling of non-engineered crops with genetically engineered varieties. The corruption of plants that are not engineered is a problem not only because of the loss of that original plant itself if the entire plant population were to become comingled, but also because of the inability to sell a crop that has been intended as a non-engineered crop when it is infiltrated by genetically engineered material.
Bragg, A. W. (2020). Preventatitve v. Punitive: How Genetically Modified Rice Litigation Shaped Regulation and Remedy for Genetically Engineered Crops. Journal of Food Law & Policy, 10(2). Retrieved from https://scholarworks.uark.edu/jflp/vol10/iss2/5
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