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Do pesticide seed treatments inadvertently promote weeds?

David Brooks | 
A researcher with the NH Agricultural Experiment Station at the University of New Hampshire has received a $474,679 grant to ...
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While attempt to save American chestnut through cross-breeding flagging, GMO seeds expect to be ready in 3-5 years

David Brooks | 
The GLP aggregated and excerpted this blog/article to reflect the diversity of news, opinion and analysis. New Hampshire is home ...

GMO labeling: bad for business, bad for consumers

John Dumais | 
When you go to the grocery store, you look for foods your family needs and likes, and, if you’re like ...

New Hampshire lawmakers aren’t buying anti-GMO scare tactics

Grace Boatright | 
(Summary) Grace Boatright, legislative director of the National Grange, a non-profit organization that advocates for rural agriculture, praises New Hampshire ...

Divided New Hampshire House panel recommends rejecting GMO labeling bill

Ben Leubsdorf | 
On a 12-8 vote, the New Hampshire House Environment and Agriculture Committee recommended the full House kill a bill that ...

New Hampshire House subcommittee begins work on GMO labeling bill

Jeremy Blackman | 
Two months after his state passed legislation requiring labels on genetically engineered foods, Maine Rep. Lance Harvell, the bill’s chief ...
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