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Gujarat Biodiversity Board member A P Singh supported the view of Sahay that indigenous varieties and breeds needed to be protected under any circumstances. He cautioned that if GM technology failed at some of time, further researches on food crops would not be possible if the country lost indigenous varieties.
Stating that agriculture technology had to be sustainable, Centre for Environment Education director Kartikeya Sarabhai expressed the fear that India would lose 5000 years of knowledge on food crops if GM technology was introduced without proper study.
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