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    Economic impacts

    29 Apr 2015 -
    Farmers For each question, answers can be broken down by the range of relevant agricultural stakeholders farmers - farmers cultivating GM crops; - and/or conventional crops; - and/or organic crops; - beekeepers; - seed producers producing GM seeds; - seed producers producing conventional seeds; - seed producers producing organic seeds; … Farmers cultivating GM crops. Has GMO cultivation an impact
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    ROMÂNIA

    29 Apr 2015 -
    evidence from both commercial practice, and research shows that GM, conventional and organic growers of maize have co-existed, and can co-exist and maintain the integrity of their crops without problems through the application of good farming and co-existence practices. The results of the Romanian researches show that when co-existence measures are applied (isolation distances, cleaning of sowing and
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    Economic and social implications

    29 Apr 2015 -
    in Argentina to improve their competitiveness. Previously these farmers used rotation and mixed farming to maintain/restore soil nutrient levels, soil structure and levels of organic matter (necessary to maintain crop yields), but the option of using GM HT soybeans in no tillage production systems had allowed these farmers to implement crop after crop production systems (eg, continuous soybeans or a
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    Economic impacts

    29 Apr 2015 -
    agriculture. In order to allow for a variety of farming methods within the Netherlands, farmers, organic farmers and seed producers in the Netherlands have, in close cooperation, developed measures to ensure an effective coexistence of cultivation of conventional, GMO and organic crops. These measures will be formalised by the Dutch product board for arable products. Examples of measures included are
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    Kwestionariusz dotyczący społeczno-ekonomicznych skutków wprowa...

    29 Apr 2015 -
    socio-economic implications of the placing on the market of GMOs for cultivation was sent to the following stakeholders: 1) Individual farmers involved in different types of farming (conventional and organic), 2) Sectoral agricultural organisations, 3) Agricultural councils, 4) Scientific institutions reporting to the Minister of Agriculture and Rural Development, 5) Scientific research institutions,
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    Economic impacts

    29 Apr 2015 -
    risks for the conventional farmers, organic farmers, beekeepers, seed producers (both convential and organic). - farmers' revenues (output prices and agricultural yields); - farmers' production costs; - labour flexibility; - quality of the harvest (e.g.mycotoxines); - cost of alternative pest and/or weed control programmes; - price discrimination between GM and non-GM harvest; - availability of seeds
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    Economic impacts

    29 Apr 2015 -
    Has GMO cultivation an impact regarding the following topics? If so, which one? - farmers' revenues (output prices and agricultural yields); At present GMOs will not increase the farmers revenue in Luxembourg, neither for GM growers, who will have to apply coexistence measures, neither for conventional and organic farmers, who will have to take additional protection measures (controls, analyses, etc.)
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    plant_gmo_reports-studies_nl_annex_cogem_report_en

    29 Apr 2015 -
    natural environment is modifed for the production of plants and animals intended for human consumption. Depending on the product, the production method and the level of prosperity and underlying values, a wide range of techniques and types of solutions are used to deal with agricultural problems. Sustainability is the aim of both conventional and organic farming, but this is approached in different
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    Microsoft Word - Contribution

    29 Apr 2015 -
    farming practices, such as coexistence measures and clustering of GMO and/or nonGMO production; - cost of coexistence measures; - conflicts between neighbouring farmers or between farmers and other neighbours - labour allocation- insurance obligations; - opportunities to sell the harvest due to labelling; 8 - communication or organisation between the farmers; - farmer training; - beekeeping industry.
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    Answers to the questionnaire about the socio-economic implicati...

    29 Apr 2015 -
    risk of out crossing and the GMO contamination of other crops, which results the loss of the marketability of the harvested product. The free choice of the farmers would also go against. The farmers would not give any confidence to the efficiency of the institutes and/or organisations/competent authorities/governments. The fact that conventional and organic farmers have extra costs arising from the