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Can 'heart-healthy,' gene-edited soybeans build consumer trust in new biotech crops?

Can ‘heart-healthy,’ gene-edited soybeans build consumer trust in new biotech crops?

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This fall, soybeans grown by 78 farmers in Minnesota, South Dakota, and Iowa churned out of combine augers into awaiting ...
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Short-stature hybrid corn, likely to debut next decade, could dramatically boost crop yields

Successful Farming | 
Farmers who have waded and stumbled through corn decimated by green snap or stalk lodging may be in luck in ...
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New dicamba application strategies could be key to preventing accidental damage to soybean crops

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Using dicamba as a preplant weed-management tool or abiding by state cutoff dates for postemergence applications may be a way ...
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5 gene-edited crops slated to hit the market in the near future

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Farmers quickly gleaned agronomic benefits from GMO technology. Consumers? Not so much. Gene editing could change that, since it’s keying ...