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After Bayer settles glyphosate-cancer suits, Australian farmers pledge to defend the herbicide

Farm Online | 
In spite of the fact Bayer made no admission of guilt when settling with plaintiffs that alleged its glyphosate-based herbicides ...

‘Unmitigated disaster’: South Australian farmers enraged by government’s GMO crop ban

North Queensland Register | 
South Australia’s farmers are unlikely to have access to genetically modified (GM) crops until at least 2025 after a bill to extend ...
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China’s delay in approval of GM cotton could cost Australian oilseed farmers hundreds of millions of dollars

FarmOnline | 
A lack of regulatory approval from China for cotton seed produced from the genetically modified (GM) Bollgard 3 suite of ...
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Commercial release of nontransgenic, high oleic acid safflower expected in 2018

Queensland Country Life | 
The managing director of a company commercialising a safflower variety with unprecedented levels of oleic acid expects the first commercial plantings ...

Australia approves dual herbicide tolerant GMO canola

Farm Weekly | 
Australia's first dual herbicide tolerant canola varieties are set to be released next year. A canola with both triazine tolerance ...

Finding the common GM ground

Stock & Land | 
I'm often asked why I don’t take a strong position on the GM debate – its either the best thing ...
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