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Saving our seeds and why we could do more to protect genetic diversity

Colin Khoury | 
Nations of the world are working to preserve seed diversity through the International Treaty on Plant Genetic Resources for Food ...
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With 40 percent of seeds in Uganda counterfeit, farmers struggle to increase yields

Bill Oketch | 
Farmers in [the] Lango, Teso and Karamoja sub-regions [in Uganda] have expressed concern over counterfeit seeds that are widely available ...
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Dissecting claims about Monsanto suing farmers for accidentally planting patented seeds

Layla Katiraee | 
Much to the dismay of anti-GMO activists, courts around the world including SCOTUS have consistently upheld the rights of companies ...
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How ‘open source’ seed producers from the US to India are changing global food production

Rachel Cernansky | 
Around the world, plant breeders are resisting what they see as corporate control of the food supply by making seeds ...
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View from the farm: Why there is no advantage in saving seeds

Michelle Miller | 
A common criticism of GMOs is that corporations force farmers to buy new seeds every year. But do farmers actually ...
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GMO seeds could be critical for extended space travel, colonization

Gina Riggio | 
If we hope to colonize space, scientists must figure out how to feed astronauts on journeys that could last years ...
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Talking Biotech: Benefits and unanticipated consequences of neonicotinoid insecticide use

John Tooker | 
Penn State entomologist John Tooker: Neonic coated seeds are not a silver bullet for pest control in all situations ...
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Bette Midler criticizes Monsanto’s seed patent contracts—and gets schooled by farmers

Michelle Miller | 
Bette Midler attempted to "educate" her Twitter followers about the contracts farmers sign with Monsanto, prohibiting saving and replanting of ...
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