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US grew 13 million pounds of genetically modified apples in 2020, but most fruit growers still resist growing biotech crops

David Eddy | 
[G]rape and nut growers appear to have sustained a particularly rough 2020. But that was probably due at least as ...
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Viewpoint: When politics and emotion dictate pesticide safety rules, farmers lose

Frank Giles | 
What happens when science is overwhelmed by politics, rhetoric, emotions, and the vessels now used to perpetuate it — social ...
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CRISPR 2.0: New gene-editing tools offer plant breeders greater precision

Kenong Xu | 
There is no best, only better. This seems truly the case in the history of genome editing technology. When the ...
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Nearly half of US fruit growers want biotech crops, survey shows, but fear consumers won’t buy GMO products

David Eddy | 
And you thought growers could go on and on about problems with the weather, or their employees, or any of ...
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Environmental groups ‘hijack’ bee death narrative to push political agenda, citrus farmer says

Joel Nelson | 
As we enter the fall months, it is safe to say the 2017-18 California citrus crop year was a success ...
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CRISPR is poised to revolutionize biotech crops if politics doesn’t block it

Frank Giles | 
Back in 2016, I wrote a feature story for Florida Grower magazine on the potential of CRISPR/Cas9 to improve agricultural productivity and maybe even ...
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Genetic engineering may provide only long-term solution to citrus greening disease, National Academies of Sciences report says

Frank Giles | 
A single breakthrough discovery for managing citrus greening (also known as Huanglongbing or HLB) in Florida in the future is ...
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Viewpoint: Anti-GMO opposition to CRISPR gene editing driven by skepticism of corporations, capitalism

Frank Giles | 
The Des Moines Register recently reported on research ... which unveiled Russian funding for and promotion of articles that question the ...
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GMO citrus, tomatoes and grasses––resistant to disease––next frontier in hopes for consumer embrace of agricultural biotechnology

Frank Giles | 
While the majority of traditional row crop acres are genetically engineered (GE), there are not many specialty crops that incorporate ...
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Popular TED Talks explore future of agricultural innovation, biotechnology

Frank Giles | 
The well-known TED Talks is a clearinghouse of big thinkers and big ideas, and quite a few of them have ...
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Understanding transgenics: How genetic modification in conventional crop breeding and GMOs differ

Carol Miller | 
“GMOs are a hot topic and very misunderstood by many,” [Bejo Seeds Senior Tomato Breeder Doug Heath] says. “It is ...
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Cornell scientist says GMO label would encourage consumers to eat less processed foods

David Rosenberger | 
In the short term, the produce industry would probably benefit from legislation requiring foods containing GMOs be labeled as such, ...
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