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GMO acreage increases globally, especially among small farmers

Gene Koprowski | 
Farmers are growing substantially the number of acres they plant of genetically modified crops, reveal new figures by the International ...
Small but growing number of farmers switch to non-GMO

Small but growing number of farmers switch to non-GMO

Chad Smith | 
While non-GMO crops are a small percentage of the total number grown, there is still a market overseas for those ...

Will benefits of nanopesticides outweigh costs?

Stacey Harper is doggedly researching tiny, human-made substances called nanoparticles. The scientist at Oregon State University in Corvallis hopes to be ...

‘Significant majority’ of consumers support status quo on GMO labeling, new survey reports

Jane Fyksen | 
Despite contentious debate in some states regarding mandatory labeling of foods produced with biotechnology or genetically modified organisms (GMO) crops, ...

Taiwan passes new GMO labeling restrictions

Taiwan’s government recently passed a law, which when implemented, will set some new tolerance regulations for food containing genetically modified ...

Survey: Most see no need for biotech info on food labels

Jane Fyksen | 
A new survey shows very few Americans cite biotechnology as an information need on food labels. Neither are most consumers ...