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Farm groups back South Australia plan to allow GMO crop cultivation, citing ‘freedom of choice’ for growers

South Australia’s Parliament has taken another step towards legalizing the commercial cultivation of genetically modified (GM) crops, voting to approve ...
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Geneticist Pamela Ronald: Non GMO food label ‘dupes’ Americans into buying $26 billion worth of mostly misleadingly-labeled products

DESPITE broad scientific consensus that genetically modified (GMO) food is safe, there has been a proliferation of product labels seeking ...
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GMO safflower approved for commercial use by Australian regulator

The Office of the Gene Technology Regulator (OGTR) has issued a licence to GO Resources Pty Ltd that authorises the ...
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Viewpoint: Canada GMO wheat mishap shows why biosecurity is important

Henry Wells | 
A temporary ban by Japan on imports of Canadian wheat is the latest lesson to grain exporters that biosecurity can ...
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