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Here’s how GM canola-derived fish feed could make aquaculture more sustainable

Here’s how GM canola-derived fish feed could make aquaculture more sustainable

Fish feed ingredient Aquaterra, derived from genetically modified canola, has been certified for sustainable aquafeed production by Friend of the ...
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Camelina vs. canola: Which GMO crop offers more sustainable source of omega-3 fish oils?

Gareth Moore | 
Field trials of a plant genetically modified to produce omega-3 normally sourced from fish oil have shown that it can ...
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While AquaBounty’s GMO salmon remains blocked in US, Argentina exempts the company’s sustainable gene-edited tilapia from regulation

Transgenic salmon producer AquaBounty and its majority owner, Intrexon, [December 18] announced that their jointly developed gene-edited line of tilapia, ...
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