Kona Coffee Growers Raise Concern Over Genetically Modified Coff - Stock Image

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HONOLULU, HAWAII - JULY 22: (FEATURE STORY - KONA COFFEE 15 0F 16) Fengyong Zhou, Ph.D. at the Hawaii Agriculture Research Center, prepares the Biolistic Particle Delivery System used to inject DNA coated gold particles into receiver cells July 22, 2002 in Honolulu, Hawaii. Kona coffee growers are concerned that cross-pollination from genetically modified coffee plants would destroy the market for domestic and international premium variety Kona coffee. (Photo by Phil Mislinski)

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