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GMO war of words: On “contamination”

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The use of the word "contamination", as used by organic farmers worried about GM crops invading their fields from neighboring ...
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Rootworm are evolving to resist GM Bt corn developed to kill it

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Crop mismanagement may lead to rapid rootworm resistance to Bt corn, according to a study published in the Proceedings of ...

GMO and non-GMO farmers have been coexisting for years

Genetic Literacy Project | 
In the debate over GMO and non-GMO crop coexistence, an important fact is often overlooked: farmers have been coexisting for ...

A tall non-GMO latte? Not at Starbucks

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The anti-biotech group GMO Inside called on Starbucks to serve only organic milk, thereby eliminating GMOs, from its stores in ...
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Chipotle’s anti-GMO “Farmed and Dangerous” series irks farmers

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Chipotle's "Farmed and Dangerous" is, according to the restaurant chain, a "comedy series that explores the 'outrageously twisted' world of ...
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Breaking research: GM cotton in India has probably reduced farmer suicides not caused them

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A new study from The Cathie Marsh Centre for Census and Survey Research challenges the assumption that GMO cotton has ...
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Are GMO crops sustainable? Bullets fly over environmentalist Jon Foley’s controversial essay

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“Against my better judgment, I’m dipping my toe into the genetically modified organism debate," wrote University of Minnesota environmentalist Jon ...
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He said/She said: Are GMO “secrets” just inconvenient truths?

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Well know activist-author Robyn O'Brien's recent post on the Huffington Post's Food for Thought blog, slams GMOs in nine points ...
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Dr. Oz again takes on the GMO controversy again—Science or myth?

Genetic Literacy Project | 
Celebrity talk show host Dr. Oz has a complicated and controversial relationship with GMOs—demonstrated again with his latest foray into ...
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Want your own Frank N. Foode? Kickstarter campaign brings GMO mascot to the masses

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Now you can have your own Frank N. Foode--the mascot of the sound science GMO movement--with Biology Fortified's Kickstarter campaign ...
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You say potato, I say GMO: Are spuds the next battleground in the GMO debate?

Genetic Literacy Project | 
A battle is being waged over a healthier, genetically modified potato that McDonald’s is reportedly exploring. And now, yet another ...

Could the world love pesticide-free GM crops?

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For many consumers, GMOs are a no-go. But, what about GMO seeds that could radically reduce the use of pesticides, ...
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