China approves Monsanto’s drought-tolerant trait

The following is an edited excerpt.

The drought tolerance trait in Monsanto’s DroughtGard® hybrids recently received final import approval from China, a major market for U.S. corn grain and dried distillers grain.

The approval was granted last week, as part of a broader series of approvals and represents a significant step forward for technology approvals in China, according to Monsanto officials.

Read the full story here: China Approves Monsanto DroughtGard Hybrids

 

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