Plant nurseries run out of “genetically modified seeds” as producers scramble to proliferate eucalyptus

There is a race by cellulose producers to plant eucalyptus trees before the new law limiting their spread comes into effect next month, says TSF radio.

Nurseries have already run out of the “recommended (genetically-modified/ fast growing) seeds” and there are orders waiting for “a million plants”.

The law limiting the spread of eucalyptus followed last summer’s devastating wildfires which many believed raged so out of control because the trees are so inflammable.