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How genetic engineering helped reduce cotton’s environmental footprint

Southwest Farm Press | 
Cotton’s environmental footprint is much less noticeable today than was the case in the early 1960s, thanks largely to science ...
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‘Non-GMO month’: A marketing ploy grounded in misinformation

Southwest Farm Press | 
I was not aware until earlier this week that October is Non-GMO Month, a time apparently set aside to wallow ...

Media gets it wrong: There are no GMO peanuts

Southwest Farm Press | 
OLé peanut, a new Spanish peanut variety released earlier this year by the USDA Agricultural Research Service and the Oklahoma ...

GM technology an aid in the ‘long, hard fight’ against Texas boll weevil

Southwest Farm Press | 
The boll weevil eradication program in Texas, combined with the use of genetically modified cotton varieties, has resulted in a ...

GMO scare: “A lot of hype with little substance”

Western Farm Press | 
If an organization has an issue with a product, any product, I agree that it has the right, perhaps even ...
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