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Will weed-killing robots replace controversial herbicides on the farm?

New Food Economy | 
Weeds are the bane of a farmer’s existence—the “most important of all crop pests,” as one scientist put it. They ...
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Beef producers, ‘alt-protein’ makers seek help settling ‘long-simmering dispute’

New Food Economy | 
On [August 23rd], the North American Meat Institute (NAMI), a Washington, D.C.-based association that represents the country’s biggest meat producers ...
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Organic farming advocate Klaas Martens comes out in favor of gene-edited crops

New Food Economy | 
Klaas Martens, a prominent voice in the organic movement and a third-generation grain and livestock farmer, says he would be ...
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Viewpoint: USDA GMO labeling proposal could make things more confusing

New Food Economy | 
On its surface, the rule is intended to reduce the consumer confusion that abounds when it comes to GMOs. But ...
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6 promising genetically engineered animals stuck in regulatory purgatory

New Food Economy | 
You’ve probably heard the news that genetically engineered (GE) Atlantic salmon is on the way. ... Here are six other genetically ...
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