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Non-GMO herbicide-resistant crops developed with process used ‘since the beginnings of agriculture’

Clara Fernández | 
Kaiima Bio Agritech works on boosting crop performance by using the plant’s own DNA, without the need of introducing external genes. In ...
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How to address skeptical concerns about GMOs and ‘violating nature’

Evelyn Warner | 
The main concern with GMOs seems to be rooted in a disgust for the artificial — “synthetic” has become synonymous ...
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Are pest fighting GMO insects coming to a farm near you, impacting organic farmers?

Denise Neves Gameiro | 
Genetic modification of insects is used to create a self-limiting population. It’s a technological successor to the Sterile Insect Technique, in ...
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