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Missouri adds restrictions on Monsanto, DuPont dicamba herbicide products

Eli Chen | 
The Missouri Department of Agriculture has extended its restrictions on dicamba herbicides to products manufactured by Monsanto and DuPont. The new ...

CRISPR crop: Disease-resistant cassava staple could help tackle hunger in Africa

Durrie Bouscaren | 
To prove that a new-gene editing technology could be used to alter the cassava plant, scientists in the St. Louis ...
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Missouri temporarily halts sale, use of dicamba due to drift complaints

Marshall Griffin, Willis Arnold | 
The Missouri Department of Agriculture halted the sale or use of any products containing the Monsanto-made herbicide Dicamba.... In a ...

Disease resistant GMO cassava promising, but approvals in Uganda, Kenya still years away

Durrie Bouscaren | 
...In many parts of East and Central Africa, farmers are experiencing declining yields of cassava due to brown streak virus ...

Interview: Mary-Dell Chilton on her pioneering work on GMO crops

Veronique Lacapra | 
Mary-Dell Chilton pioneered the field of genetic engineering in agriculture. She has spent most of her decades-long career working for Syngenta, ...
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