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Putin’s organic empire: How billionaires are remaking Russian agriculture

Deep in the Caucasus, downriver from Europe’s highest peak, North Korean women roam Soviet-era hothouses growing what tycoon Vladimir Evtushenkov is betting ...
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Bad weather to blame for recent uptick in US honeybee loses

Alan Bjerga | 
Beekeepers in the U.S. reported an increase in honeybee deaths over the last year, possibly the result of erratic weather ...
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Impossible Burger will have to wait another 90 days for voluntary FDA safety review

Lydia Mulvany | 
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration has pushed back the deadline of a safety review of Impossible Foods Inc.’s “magic” ingredient ...
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GMO crop pioneer Robb Fraley to leave Monsanto after Bayer takeover

Lydia Mulvany | 
It’s the end of an era at Monsanto Co. after executives including the seed giant’s scientific leader Robb Fraley announced ...
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Agricultural tech startup Indigo uses microbes to improve crops

Elizabeth Dunn | 
In humans, a healthy microbiome—the universe of bacteria, fungi, and viruses that lives inside all of us—is increasingly recognized as critical ...
Monsanto has no patent on GMO Bt cotton seeds, Indian court rules

Monsanto has no patent on GMO Bt cotton seeds, Indian court rules

Pratik Parija, Upmanyu Trivedi | 
Monsanto Co., the world’s largest seed company, can’t own a patent over genetically modified cotton seeds in India, a court ...
Bayer's takeover of Monsanto hits US anti-trust snag

Bayer’s takeover of Monsanto hits US anti-trust snag

David McLaughlin | 
Bayer AG’s plan to win antitrust approval for its takeover of Monsanto Co. hasn’t satisfied U.S. officials who are worried ...
Monsanto glyphosate class action suit dealt another blow as judge says evidence of cancer link 'pretty sparse'

Monsanto glyphosate class action suit dealt another blow as judge says evidence of cancer link ‘pretty sparse’

Joel Rosenblatt | 
A lawsuit claiming Monsanto Co.’s popular weed killer Roundup causes cancer was dealt a blow by a judge’s conclusions that ...
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Organic beer? Anheuser-Busch to sell organic Michelob Ultra in Whole Foods, other stores

Jennifer Kaplan | 
After years of targeting health-conscious beer drinkers with Michelob Ultra, Anheuser-Busch InBev is going after an even choosier consumer: the organic shopper. The ...
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Do trace levels of neonicotinoid insecticides found in waterways threaten aquatic life?

Adam Allington | 
A recent study by the U.S. Geological Survey detected neonicotinoid pesticides in 10 Great Lakes tributaries throughout the year, although the levels ...
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Farmers in four states sue Monsanto, BASF and Dupont over dicamba herbicide damage

Tiffany Stecker | 
Farmers in the heartland have filed at least 11 lawsuits in federal court over the last two years against the ...
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Will CRISPR work in people? Scientists say study raises questions, but is not a setback

Faye Flam | 
It can feel shocking when someone disparages a golden person, thing or technology — and in recent years, no emerging ...
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China poised to do gene therapy ‘better and cheaper’ than US

Shuli Ren | 
China wants to go big on biotech and already is marching into experimental gene therapy. … So far, CAR-T has ...
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Marijuana genome map promises to unlock potential of ‘magical’ plant

Jennifer Kaplan | 
The fledgling cannabis industry is full of wide-eyed claims about what pot can do. Outperform your favorite energy drink? Maybe. Cure ...
How artificial intelligence might solve the 'chemical treadmill' farmers are trapped in to kill crop-choking weeds

How artificial intelligence might solve the ‘chemical treadmill’ farmers are trapped in to kill crop-choking weeds

Amanda Little | 
After months of research, they faced a disappointing truth: There was no way around herbicides. “Turns out zapping weeds with ...
Sri Lankan tea farmers want glyphosate herbicide ban overturned

Sri Lankan tea farmers want glyphosate herbicide ban overturned

Adam Allington | 
Tea farmers in Sri Lanka want their government to reauthorize the use of glyphosate for agriculture. The country is one ...
Afraid of public backlash, skittish investors keep promising GMO crops off the market

Afraid of public backlash, skittish investors keep promising GMO crops off the market

Deena Shanker | 
In the basement of Koshland Hall at the University of California at Berkeley is a trove of seeds with the potential ...
Gene therapy, CRISPR could provide treatments for sickle-cell, but cures far off

Gene therapy, CRISPR could provide treatments for sickle-cell, but cures far off

Michelle Cortez | 
More than 50 years after the cause of sickle-cell disease was discovered, a dozen treatments for the painful and life-shortening inherited ...
Viewpoint: EU's glyphosate herbicide fight reveals limits of Europe-wide governance

Viewpoint: EU’s glyphosate herbicide fight reveals limits of Europe-wide governance

Leonid Bershidsky | 
Glyphosate, the ubiquitous herbicide, may not really be poison, but it could well be the most politicized substance in Europe. In ...
Higher prices and uncertain benefits: Are organic foods worth it?

Higher prices and uncertain benefits: Are organic foods worth it?

Leslie Patton | 
Consumers have been paying a lot to eat organic; foods with the certification sometimes costs twice as much as conventional products. The premium prices may not be ...
Viewpoint: Cost of gene therapy could put experimental treatments out of reach for most

Viewpoint: Cost of gene therapy could put experimental treatments out of reach for most

Max Nisen | 
Drugs that modify human genes have the potential to cure intractable diseases with just one treatment. Few could disagree that's ...
Illegal spraying of off-label dicamba herbicide main cause of crop damage, BASF says

Illegal spraying of off-label dicamba herbicide main cause of crop damage, BASF says

Lydia Mulvany | 
Illegal spraying of a volatile weedkiller may be the cause of unprecedented damage to crops earlier this year, especially for ...
GMO hornless cow awaits approval amid FDA policy changes

GMO hornless cow awaits approval amid FDA policy changes

Adam Piore | 
[In 2016], Recombinetics, the 35-person company [geneticist Scott Fahrenkrug] founded in 2008 with three other geneticists from the University of ...
Despite drift issue, Monsanto sees 'surge' of farmers buying dicamba-resistant GMO soybean seeds

Despite drift issue, Monsanto sees ‘surge’ of farmers buying dicamba-resistant GMO soybean seeds

Lydia Mulvany, Mario Parker | 
Monsanto Co. posted a surprise fourth-quarter profit and said it still expects a surge in sales of a controversial line ...
State bans of dicamba herbicide could increase soybean, cotton prices

State bans of dicamba herbicide could increase soybean, cotton prices

Shelley Goldberg | 
Efforts to ban the herbicide [dicamba] could benefit the prices of agricultural products such as soybeans and cotton. At the ...
Russia trying to reduce dependence on imported seeds—without GMOs

Russia trying to reduce dependence on imported seeds—without GMOs

Anatoly Medetsky | 
Many growers use specialized seeds designed to resist pests, disease and drought, but more than half for some crops come ...
Syngenta settles with Minnesota farmers in GMO corn lawsuit

Syngenta settles with Minnesota farmers in GMO corn lawsuit

Margaret FIsk, Todd Melby | 
Syngenta AG reached an in-trial settlement with a group of about 22,000 Minnesota farmers who claimed the company carelessly marketed its ...
Lesson for gene editing: How do we regulate a technology when we 'can't imagine' the consequences of its use?

Lesson for gene editing: How do we regulate a technology when we ‘can’t imagine’ the consequences of its use?

Mark Buchanan | 
Humanity has a method for trying to prevent new technologies from getting out of hand: explore the possible negative consequences, ...

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