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CRISPR-edited sorghum could provide needed protein to 500 million people in Sub-Saharan Africa

Mark Phelps | 
RESEARCHERS have achieved a major breakthrough in sorghum, elevating the protein of the globally important cereal crop from 9-10 per ...
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‘Unmitigated disaster’: South Australian farmers enraged by government’s GMO crop ban

Gregor Heard | 
South Australia’s farmers are unlikely to have access to genetically modified (GM) crops until at least 2025 after a bill to extend ...
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Report: Australia’s GM canola, cotton have been boon for farmers, environment

Colin Beetles | 
Genetically Modified (GM) crops have generated significant environmental improvements over the past 20 years in Australia and 25 other countries ...
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