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Russia relaxes ‘almost impassable’ restrictions on GMO soy imports, sparking backlash from regional governors

Russian Prime Minister Mikhail Mishustin has exempted GM soybeans and soybean meal from compulsory government registration in a decree released ...
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Gene editing most innovative agricultural development in 30 years, USDA senior scientist says

Chris McCullough | 
With climate change, an increase in animal diseases and more demanding consumers wanting fewer antibiotics to be used, future agricultural ...
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Are anti-GMO campaigns to blame for Russian soybean shortage?

Vladislav Vorotnikov | 
While struggling to produce enough soybeans to meet domestic demand, Russia’s heavy reliance on imports has led to an inevitable ...

Russia to allow cultivation of GM crops

Vladislav Vorotnikov | 
The first harvest of genetically modified seeds in Russia will take place in 2016. In September of this year, Russian ...

Ukraine to grow GM feed crops

Vladislav Vorotnikov | 
The following is an excerpt. Ukraine’s Ministry of Agrarian Policy is to start a pilot project producing forage crops using ...

Russia: Compulsory registration of GMO products

Vladislav Vorotnikov | 
The following is an excerpt. A bill to introduce compulsory registration of all products containing GM-components is in the final ...

Majority of Greek farmers favor GM maize?

The following is an excerpt.  According to a study published in the Journal of Agribiotechnology Management and Economics 61% of ...
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Russia to tighten reigns on GMO industry

Russia will soon adopt a tough legislation to limit the cultivation, importation and use of GMO in feed production for ...

European GM crop area diminishes

Fewer and fewer field trials with genetically modified plants are conducted in Europe. The only exception is Spain, where large ...

Algae could help feed the world

Algae as a base for fuel is becoming less common since subsidies dried up and speculative algae-based biofuel companies are ...
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