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County ballot measure in Oregon would limit university GMO research in crops, cancer, bioenergy

Capital Press | 
Shawn Mehlenbacher, the Oregon State University hazelnut breeder who developed varieties resistant to deadly Eastern Filbert Blight, says a Benton ...

Congressional briefing raises concerns about new GMO crops with 2,4-D herbicide resistance

Capital Press | 
The next argument over genetically engineered crops has arrived with Dow AgroScience’s bid to gain federal approval for soybean and ...

Oregon’s GM wheat: Still no answer, records show concern over export markets

Oregon Live | 
Four months after the discovery of genetically engineered wheat sent a shudder through one of Oregon's most significant international markets, ...

Oregon farmers cheer Japan’s decision to resume purchases of GM wheat

Oregonian | 
Drought, crop prices, and equipment breakdowns are still on the list of troubles for Oregon's wheat farmers, but Japan's agricultural ...

Genetically modified wheat: No answers yet, federal investigators say

Oregonian | 
The following is an excerpt. If federal agriculture investigators are getting close to figuring out how genetically-modified wheat popped up ...

Year-long argument over GMO canola ends in Oregon

Oregon Live | 
Attempting to end a years-long argument no one was winning, the Oregon Department of Agriculture decided to expand the areas ...

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