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From smelly roadside nuisance to key biofuel crop? How gene editing could transform stinkweed into an essential canola alternative

From smelly roadside nuisance to key biofuel crop? How gene editing could transform stinkweed into an essential canola alternative

Reuters | 
Botanists, businessmen, farmers and federal lawmakers, they all gathered to peer at the waist-high plant usually considered a pest and ...
‘Risks are acceptable’: On verge of banning neonicotinoid imidacloprid, Canada reverses course, says bees will not be adversely impacted

‘Risks are acceptable’: On verge of banning neonicotinoid imidacloprid, Canada reverses course, says bees will not be adversely impacted

Reuters | 
Canada’s pesticide regulator said on [May 18] that farmers could keep using the chemical imidacloprid to control crop-destroying insects under ...
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Farmers running ‘unprecedented race’ to secure fertilizer, seeds and pesticides amid coronavirus outbreak

Reuters | 
North America’s biggest farm suppliers are accelerating shipments of fertilizer, seeds and agricultural chemicals to crop-growing regions in an unprecedented ...
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Soybean damage caused by Bayer’s drift-prone dicamba herbicide spurs farmers to use competing GMO seeds, weedkillers

Reuters | 
Bayer AG’s takeover of Monsanto has been beset by problems, and now a decades-long dominance of the $4 billion U.S ...
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Slow-moving bureaucracy in the Philippines could block launch of new GMO soybeans in US, Canada

Reuters | 
A Philippines regulator poses an unexpected obstacle to DowDuPont’s launch of a new line of genetically engineered soybeans in the ...
Biotech startups race against 'Big Ag' to develop gene-edited crops

Biotech startups race against ‘Big Ag’ to develop gene-edited crops

Reuters | 
Calyxt Inc, an eight-year-old firm co-founded by a genetics professor, altered the genes of a soybean plant to produce healthier ...
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High supplies and low prices: Does the world really need more corn?

Reuters | 
Monsanto Co is working to develop what it hopes will be North America’s fastest-maturing corn, allowing farmers to grow more ...
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Farmers’ ‘double whammy’: Drift damage from dicamba herbicide and then its subsequent ban

Reuters | 
An advanced weed-killing chemical has twice come back to haunt Arkansas farmer John Weiss. The herbicide, known as dicamba, has ...
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How GM canola oil engineered with high levels of Omega-3 fatty acids could reduce over-fishing

Reuters | 
The surging demand [for Omega 3 fatty acids] has pushed fish oil prices to a record high and presented the ...

Rights group aims to stop killing of Canada GMO pigs

Reuters | 
A U.S. animal rights group hopes to save a herd of genetically modified pigs from early deaths after funding dried ...
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