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GM insect-resistant Bt corn boosts crop yields over 30%, cuts insecticide use 78% in Vietnam, study finds

Graham Brookes, Tran Xuan Dinh | 
This study assessed the farm-level economic and environmental impacts from the use of genetically modified (GM) corn in Vietnam (resistant ...
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‘Steadily increasing’ GMO acceptance in Europe fuels efforts to revise biotech restrictions

Mihael Ichim | 
Since 1996 till 2018, the global area cultivated with GM crops has increased 113-fold, making biotech crops one of the ...
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Insect-resistant GMO corn nutritionally equivalent to conventional counterpart, field study shows

Jennifer Anderson | 
DP23211 maize was genetically modified (GM) to express .... protein for control of corn rootworm. DP23211 maize also expresses ...
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‘No distinguishable difference’ between sugar from GMO and non-GMO sugarcane, study confirms

Maria Sereno | 
The goal of this manuscript is to present the results of studies with three genetically modified (GM) sugarcane varieties and ...
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GMO cotton, corn have increased farmer incomes in Colombia more than $300 million since 2003

Graham Brookes | 
This study assesses the economic and environmental impacts that have arisen from the adoption and use of genetically modified (GM) ...
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Viewpoint: How the United Nations stifles biotechnology innovation

Gregory Conko, Henry Miller | 
The political elites who advocate bigger and more intrusive government habitually try to use scientific literacy as a rhetorical cudgel ...
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Growing GMO soybeans in South America cut greenhouse gas emissions equivalent to removing 3.3 million cars from the road

Graham Brookes | 
This study assesses the economic and environmental impacts that have arisen from the adoption and use of genetically modified (GM) ...
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