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Black market GM cotton seeds flood Chinese market, cutting pesticide use and boosting yields

South China Morning Post | 
China is one of the world’s top cotton producers partly because of a widespread sowing of banned seeds, according to ...

Rice production could increase 33% with GM super-sized grains

South China Morning Post | 
The GLP aggregated and excerpted this blog/article to reflect the diversity of news, opinion, and analysis. A newly discovered gene ...

China develops non-GMO vitamin enhanced “golden scallop” that could address malnutrition

South China Morning Post | 
Chinese scientists have developed the world's first golden scallop in what they say could be a major advancement in reducing ...
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Genetically modified rice could help address China’s smog problems

South China Morning Post | 
Chinese scientists have found a way to change the genetic make-up of a popular species of rice, a move they ...

China extends permits on GM rice and corn research

South China Morning Post | 
The government has renewed permits allowing scientists to grow three varieties of genetically modified rice and corn in China, more ...

China must switch to growing GM food before it’s too late

South China Morning Post | 
A leading agricultural scientist's unusually frank endorsement of growing genetically modified food has reignited a debate over whether the country ...
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