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25 environmental benefits of GMO sugar? Industry launching ‘fresh look’ education campaign

Capital Press | 
To try to change consumers’ understanding and perception of GMO crops, the nation’s sugar beet industry is preparing a $4 ...

Scotts reports ‘significant progress’ in eliminating GE bentgrass that escaped Oregon field trails

Capital Press | 
Scotts Miracle-Gro Co. is reporting significant progress in eliminating genetically engineered creeping bentgrass plants from Malheur and Jefferson counties in ...

Grocers claim GMO labeling would increase costs and grocery bills

Capital Press | 
If individual states start requiring the mandatory labeling of genetically modified food, it would have a negative impact on agriculture ...

Evidence to support Don Huber’s claim of hidden glyphosate-GMO dangers still missing

Capital Press | 
It’s been almost three years since retired Purdue University Professor Don Huber sent an alarming letter to Agriculture Secretary Tom ...

Wheat industry pushes for GM traits

Capital Press | 
U.S. farmers need new and better varieties of wheat with genetically engineered traits, industry representatives say. At stake, they say, ...

Biotech wheat inevitable, industry says

Capital Press | 
The following is an excerpt. Idaho Wheat Commission Executive Director Blaine Jacobson believes commercial genetically modified wheat in the U.S ...
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