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Farmers on social media: The dark side of being an ‘agvocate’

Sarah Schultz | 
I have tried my best to encourage people that it is essential to share their farm stories in the title ...
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Viewpoint: Don’t let anti-GMO activist moms bully you into buying organic

Sarah Schultz | 
I could certainly afford to pay up to 50 per cent more for organic food for my children to eat, ...
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Canada decides not to add further restrictions on dicamba herbicide, as US did

John Greig | 
Health Canada will not be further regulating the use of dicamba herbicide sprayed on growing crops, as has happened in ...
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Canadian farmers poised to plant GM potatoes for first time

Julienne Isaacs | 
In 2016, no acres in Canada were seeded to J.R. Simplot Company’s genetically engineered first-generation Innate potato lines. But industry ...

‘Natural’ gene editing technique creates non-GMO herbicide tolerant canola

Lee Hart | 
The GLP aggregated and excerpted this blog/article to reflect the diversity of news, opinion and analysis. Jim Radtke may not ...