By Jeremy Smith BRUSSELS, April 24 (Reuters) - European farmers should see their first official guidance in a few months on how they might grow genetically modified (GM ) crops alongside traditional plants in the future, the EU's farm chief said on Thursday. The EU executive, hosting a debate to hear scientific views on the controversial issue, will present its views on technical measures that farmers would take to minimise cross-pollination between GM , non-GM and organic crops. ...
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