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Dr. Oz claims herbicides linked to GMOs cause hormonal problems

Bill Horan | 
The GLP aggregated and excerpted this blog/article to reflect the diversity of news, opinion and analysis. The wizard is a ...

Producers of 70% of Africa’s food, women farmers shackled by GMO opponents

Lydia Sasu | 
As a farmer in Ghana, I see the problems in farming every day. Farmers struggle with everything from the unpredictability of ...

Kenyan farmer wants the best crop tech for Africa

Gilbert Arap Bor | 
To many people around the world, the cassava is an exotic crop that they have never eaten. Or so they ...

Will EU countries be allowed to opt out of approved biotech crops?

Ross Korves | 
After four years of uncertainty, an EU Commission proposal to permit individual countries to opt out of allowing the planting ...

Should GMOs be grown in national wildlife refuges?

The U.S. Fish and Wildlife service did a huge disservice to science, wildlife and modern agriculture last month, when it ...

Stewardship program essential for new GM herbicide-resistant crops to be effective

Ross Korves | 
On June 30 the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) closed a 60-day comment period on its proposed decision to register ...

Single standard needed for GMO labeling to serve consumers, not special interests

Carol Keiser | 
I have a big family—and between me, my kids, and my grandkids, we’re spread out across America. We live in ...

Saskatchewan 4th-generation wheat farmer calls for access to biotechnology

Gerrid Gust | 
I’m a fourth-generation wheat farmer in Saskatchewan—and one of my longterm goals is to make sure the fifth generation on my ...

National Geographic ignoring crop biotechnology in ‘Future of Food’ series

R Madhavan | 
Although it’s headquartered in the United States, National Geographic is a global publication. For more than 25 years, I’ve read it here ...

Small-scale African farmer calls for Kenya to lift ban on GMOs

Gilbert Arap Bor | 
United States President Barack Obama’s ringing endorsement of biotechnology in agriculture has the potential to inspire hearts and minds in ...

Milestone reached: 4 billionth acre of biotech crops planted globally

It’s no small number - four billion acres of biotech crops have now been planted globally.  The impressive mark was met and ...

US-EU divide over GMO regulations worth fixing

Bill Horan | 
Last week, I found myself sitting in an auditorium in Brussels—and listening to Europeans applaud genetically modified crops. Yet it ...

Another farmer’s response to Chipotle’s agriculture take down

Ted Sheely | 
In the boardrooms of Madison Avenue, they call it “values branding”: a marketing strategy in which a company tries to ...

Trade protectionism, falling prices behind Chinese GMO corn rejections?

Tim Burrack | 
Over the past several weeks, China has rejected several shipments of approved corn grown in the United States, in a ...

EU-US trade talks represent opportunity to change minds on GM

David Hill | 
"There will be plenty of observers of the forthcoming EU/USA trade talks who will speculate as to the outcome with ...

Eastern Canada plan for biotech & conventional alfalfa coexistence

Ross Korves | 
"U.S. Secretary of Agriculture Tom Vilsack announced recently that USDA will publish a notice in the Federal Register asking for ...

Progress in developing drought tolerant corn

Ross Korves | 
Drought in corn and soybean growing areas of the Midwestern U.S. in the summer of 2012 and again this year ...

Imagine a world without orange juice

Imagine a world without orange juice. Heck, I can’t even imagine a morning without this delicious drink. It’s been a ...

Using GM to increase our stewardship of the soil

Terry Wanzek | 
I was taught as a young man that we don’t inherit the land from our ancestors—we borrow it from our ...

Biotechnology’s prospects in the Black Sea region

Bill Horan | 
Around the world, we hear stories of agricultural progress, as more countries join the Gene Revolution. In 2012, Cuba and ...

India’s farmers wait as Bangladesh embraces biotech eggplant

Rajesh Kumar | 
Many people in India view their neighbors in Bangladesh with a measure of pity. They inhabit an overcrowded, less-developed country ...

Suppressing technology will not feed Hawaii or the world

Ken Kamiya | 
Roseanne Barr would like to burn down my papaya farm in Hawaii. The wealthy actress said so earlier this month, ...
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Bill 79: Stifle biotech and Hawaiian agriculture will suffer

Ken Kamiya | 
Can biotechnology help Hawaiian coffee beat the coffee berry borer -- not if anti-biotech activists have their way ...

A Filipino mother and farmer wants to place GE eggplant on her table

Rosalie Ellasus | 
The following is an edited excerpt. Do judges know better than mothers what their children should eat? In the Philippines, apparently ...
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Biotechnology must remain part of EU-US trade negotiations

John Reifsteck | 
Biotech crops are a sticking point in free-trade negotiations between the US and European Union ...

Farmers’ battles with weeds are aided, not hurt, by biotech

John Reifsteck | 
The following is an excerpt. When the biotechnology antagonists try to stoke fear by warning about “superweeds,” they make these ...

Litigation is the root of the problem

Bill Horan | 
The following is an edited excerpt. There has been some serious misinformation about the Farmers Assurance Provision running through the ...

Response to Mark Bittman on the “biotech rider”

The following is an excerpt. Bittman continues writes misleading claims in an attempt to distract readers from what the issue ...