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Amish farmers embrace biotechnology, plant GE corn and tobacco

It seems the Amish have turned the tables on conventional wisdom. Most consumers are very pro-technology and innovation when it ...
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GM wheat–Is the potential being overstated as some scientists claim?

My colleague (and chief wheat breeder) at Oklahoma State University was recently interviewed by Ag Journal, and he expressed reservations about GMO wheat ...
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FDA rebuffs activist pressure to define ‘natural’ label

For years, activists have been pressuring the FDA to define exactly which foods it considers to be "natural," but a ...
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Why are liberals more averse to GMOs?

Anti-GMO movement activists, often progressive on other issues, are generally averse to food technology. Blogger Jayson Lusk discussed this phenomenon ...

Agricultural industry willing to compromise in GMO labeling battle

To avoid future costly state battles, agricultural corporations have said that they are open to a national labeling standard for ...

Lusk: Washington Initiative 522 on GMO labeling

Jayson Lusk | 
This time last year, California's Proposition 37 to label genetically engineered (GE) food ingredients was highly discussed. After a steady, ...
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