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coexistence

farmers engaged in conventional, organic, and transgenic agriculture working together using known and practical agronomic practices to minimize the impacts of their production methods on neighboring fields. Most concerns are economic: market access, contract specifications, and consumer preferences. A major worry is that the mere presence of transgenic materials may decreases the value of the conventional or organic crop, especially in export markets. See gene flow, transgene.

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