Organic farmers are increasingly worried and angry about the possibility that their crops will be contaminated by cross-pollination with genetically modified crops. In Canada, the National Farmers Union wants to government to make biotech firms liable for “transgenic” pollution of organic and traditional crops. Meanwhile, a team of British scientists argues that organic farming could produce enough food to feed large populations in developing countries, and that yields on organic farms could be greatly increased as scientists learn more about controlling insects without chemicals.