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What's in the CRISPR drawer for farming and food?

What’s in the CRISPR drawer for farming and food?

Genetic Literacy Project | 
Most of us have heard of the gene edited non-browning mushroom that passed through USDA review without the regulatory hurdles ...
Organic vs conventional food fight: Focus on pesticides distracts from real environmental problems

Organic vs conventional food fight: Focus on pesticides distracts from real environmental problems

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Has GMO use really led to a “flood” of pesticide use, as critics contend? That’s not what the data show ...
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Mythbusting gone wrong: How the ‘dangerous’ organic pesticide myth began

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One of the things that surprised me in researching this story was that I could not find a single organic-approved ...
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A behind the scenes look at pesticide use in organic orchards, vineyards and fresh produce

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This is part three of a four-part series attempting to separate fact from fiction regarding pesticide use on organic farms ...
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4 things that led to the myth that organic farmers use more pesticides than conventional farmers

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This is part two of a four-part series attempting to separate fact from fiction regarding pesticide use on organic farms ...
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Do organic farmers really use more pesticides than conventional farmers? Not even close.

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This is part one of a four-part series attempting to separate fact from fiction regarding pesticide use on organic farms ...
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Podcast: What it means to be a ‘sustainable’ farmer

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Tim Hammerich sat down with journalist Marc Brazeau, founder and director the Food and Farm Discussion Lab for his Future of Agriculture Podcast. His question ...
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Viewpoint: Here’s what’s wrong with study suggesting glyphosate damages our gut health

Genetic Literacy Project | 
Can glyphosate impact gut health? The Guardian reports on a team of scientists who claim to have demonstrated that it ...
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Agricultural biotechnologies that improved safety, yields, food security in developing nations

Genetic Literacy Project | 
This is the third in a three-part series making the case that the development of the biotech traits for insect ...
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Delving into the GMO traits that cut back pesticide impacts globally

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This is the second in a three-part series making the case that the development of the biotech traits for insect ...
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Let’s recognize Roundup Ready and Bt crops as major contributions to sustainable farming

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This is the first in a three-part series making the case that the development of biotech traits for insect resistance ...
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‘Superweeds’: How the pigweed Palmer amaranth developed resistance to the herbicide glyphosate, and why the news isn’t all bad

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Earlier this spring, researchers at Kansas State University released new findings on the evolution of glyphosate resistance in Palmer amaranth ...
Making sense of the patchwork US regulatory system for genetically engineered crops and animals

Making sense of the patchwork US regulatory system for genetically engineered crops and animals

Genetic Literacy Project | 
The faster-growing genetically engineered AquaAdvantage Salmon took 20 years of regulatory scrutiny to gain approval, while the non-browning gene-silenced Arctic ...
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GMOs are ‘substantially equivalent’ to conventional foods. So should they face reduced regulations?

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If there is a single concept that drives much of the divide in the GMO debate, it's substantial equivalence. Having ...
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Meat wars: Sourcing from animals may not be what distinguishes meat from ‘meat alternatives’

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The US Cattlemen's Association is making a pre-emptive strike against potentially misleading marketing for the next wave of meat alternatives ...
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GMO labeling emerges as hot-button issue in organic and conventional food industry fights

Genetic Literacy Project | 
Editor's note: This article is part three of a three-part series by Marc Brazeau on his 2018 predictions on food, ...
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How consumer-friendly GMO foods could change minds about biotech crops and animals

Genetic Literacy Project | 
Editor's note: This article is part two of a three-part series by Marc Brazeau on his 2018 predictions on food, ...
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Could 2018 mark the end of the anti-GMO movement?

Genetic Literacy Project | 
Editor's note: This article is part one of a three-part series by Marc Brazeau on his 2018 predictions on food, ...
Conservation agriculture: Beyond the organic vs. conventional culture wars debate

Conservation agriculture: Beyond the organic vs. conventional culture wars debate

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How can journalists navigate the 'pitched battle' between organic advocates and biotechnology? Focus on real measures of sustainability, not polemical ...
Addressing GMO concerns: Will Big Ag let farmers save seeds?

Addressing GMO concerns: Will Big Ag let farmers save seeds?

Genetic Literacy Project | 
There is a certain emotional appeal to the idea that nobody should be able to patent foods. But how would ...
Addressing GMO concerns: Are agricultural chemicals hazardous, overused?

Addressing GMO concerns: Are agricultural chemicals hazardous, overused?

Genetic Literacy Project | 
This is the second in a series that explores common objections to GMOs that are found on the internet. This ...
Addressing GMO concerns: Are foods "made in labs" the same as those “made by nature"

Addressing GMO concerns: Are foods “made in labs” the same as those “made by nature”

Genetic Literacy Project | 
This is the first in a series that explores common objections to GMOs that are found on the internet. The ...
Saving seeds, as anti-GMO activists demand, preserves unproductive farming, locks in poverty

Saving seeds, as anti-GMO activists demand, preserves unproductive farming, locks in poverty

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Farmers mired in farming systems in which saving and cleaning old seed is an economical use of their time is ...
Addressing all farmers' challenges: Taking ideology out of the glyphosate and 'superweed' debate

Addressing all farmers’ challenges: Taking ideology out of the glyphosate and ‘superweed’ debate

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Hardy weeds that develop from continued use of a limited control system are problems for all farmers. This is not ...
Organics v conventional v GMOs: Debate grows over farm yields and sustainability

Organics v conventional v GMOs: Debate grows over farm yields and sustainability

Genetic Literacy Project | 
Dubious research supports claims that organic systems can close the yield gap with conventional (and GMO) farming. Obsession with organic ...

Is shifting from GMO sugar beets to sugar cane detrimental to environment?

Food and Farm Discussion Lab | 
The GLP aggregated and excerpted this blog/article to reflect the diversity of news, opinion and analysis. Last week it was ...

Do anti-GMO activists use ‘tobacco science’?

Food and Farm Discussion Lab | 
The GLP aggregated and excerpted this blog/article to reflect the diversity of news, opinion and analysis. The Credible Hulk has ...

How, exactly, does CRISPR gene editing work?

Food and Farm Discussion Lab | 
After having read a number things about CRISPR (and ZFN and TALENS – two competing techniques) I understood the results it could ...

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