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November 06, 2015
Darshan Singh, a cotton farmer, inspects his damaged Bt cotton field on the outskirts of Bhatinda in...
BHATINDA, India
Darshan Singh, a cotton farmer, inspects his damaged Bt cotton field on the outskirts of Bhatinda in...
Darshan Singh, a cotton farmer, inspects his damaged Bt cotton field on the outskirts of Bhatinda in Punjab, India, October 28, 2015. Indian farmers are for the first time abandoning genetically modified cotton after a devastating pest attack ravaged their fields, sowing doubts about the crop technology that had been hailed as a panacea. The whitefly attack on the Bt cotton variety in the states of Punjab and Haryana has caused a rural crisis: at least three farmers have committed suicide around the city of Bhatinda and tens of thousands protested to demand state aid. Picture taken October 28, 2015. To match INDIA-COTTON/ REUTERS/Munish Sharma
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