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Australian politician compares anti-GMO activists to ISIS

Colin Bettles | 
WA [West Australia] Upper House Liberal member and former grains farmer Jim Chown says anti-Genetically Modified (GM) crop activists are ...
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If consumers embrace it, gene editing could cut livestock feed costs

Ross McInnes | 
If the dairy industry did not have access to artificial insemination today, would it have consumer support to use it? ...
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Commercial release of nontransgenic, high oleic acid safflower expected in 2018

Gregor Heard | 
The managing director of a company commercialising a safflower variety with unprecedented levels of oleic acid expects the first commercial plantings ...
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More than 95% of Australian cotton farmers planting new insect resistant Bt GMO variety

Monsanto Australia managing director Tony May said the rate of adoption of Bollgard 3 was the fastest for a new GM cotton ...

South Australian farmers petition government to lift moratorium on GMO crops

The GLP aggregated and excerpted this blog/article to reflect the diversity of news, opinion and analysis. GRAIN Producers SA (GPSA) ...

Australian senators support GMOs as environmentally friendly, scientifically sound

Colin Bettles | 
Australian Federal Senators have backed a motion supporting genetically modified (GM) crops for being an environmentally friendly farming technology supported by ...

Greenpeace Australia’s tax status challenged after unlawful destruction of GM wheat trial

Colin Bettles | 
Greenpeace's unlawful protest and destruction of Genetically Modified (GM) crop trials at CSIRO facilities in Canberra in 2011 are a key ...

Disease-resistant cloned bananas in development Australia

An Israeli agricultural biotechnology company is looking to trial tissue cultured banana varieties in major Australian growing areas and to ...

Food safety shouldn’t be defined by activists; GMOs are proven safe

Trent Thorne | 
There is little doubt consumers are becoming increasingly concerned about provenance issues regarding the food they consume and whether that ...

‘Contamination insurance’ for Australian non-GMO farmers?

Colin Bettles | 
Western Australian Greens Senator Rachel Siewert is calling for a national “contamination insurance scheme” to help protect farmers who choose not ...

Urban consumers should pay more for lower-yielding non-GMO crops

Colin Bettles | 
Washington Farm Bureau first vice president Aaron Golladay lives on a family run farming operation in central Washington State, near ...

Anti-GMO policies stifling response to Australia’s growing farm pest problem

Colin Bettles | 
South Australian Liberal Senator Sean Edwards says an outbreak of beet western yellow virus has “blindsided” croppers in his home State ...

Public mislead about organics: GM and conventional food as safe, healthy, nutritious

David Leyonhjelm | 
The verdict in the Australia courts rejecting the claim of an organic farmer than his GM-farming neighbor was "contaminating" his ...

Western Australian farmer Michael Baxter’s win a big step forward for co-existence between organic, GM crops

Colin Bettles | 
The Western Australia Supreme Court’s decision to award Kojonup GM canola farmer Michael Baxter victory over his organic farming neighbour ...

Federal agriculture minister backs use of GM technology in Australia

Colin Bettles | 
Federal Agriculture Barnaby Joyce has weighed into the controversy over South Australian Agriculture Minister Leon Bignell’s appearance at an anti-Monsanto ...

Critics challenge South Australian Agriculture Minister’s anti-GMO stance

Colin Bettles | 
Critics have challenged South Australian Agriculture Minister Leon Bignell to “put up or shut up” on the science and safety ...

South Australian government acknowledges ideological motives for extending moratorium on GMOs

David Leyonhjelm | 
The South Australian government extended its moratorium on the cultivation of genetically modified crops by another six years, agribusiness consultant David ...