ASA supports the statutory definition of sustainable agriculture included in the 1990 Farm Bill as:
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ASA supports developing a definition of sustainable agriculture that encompasses profitable, intensive production and encourages consumer acceptance of biotechnology-enhanced products and satisfies food, feed, fiber, and biofuel needs.
ASA supports biotechnology, commercial fertilizer, and commercial crop protection products and believes that any definition of “sustainable agriculture” includes the use of these products.
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