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GMO crops and herbicides: A ‘win-win’ for farmers and the environment, plant scientist Wayne Parrott says

Medium | 
A fertile soil is a microbial wonderland .... a tiny ecosystem too small to see with our eyes. Yet, the ...
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Geneticist Wayne Parrott: Non-GMO label promotes food safety misconceptions

Processed Food | 
Marketers have learned to never underestimate the power of claiming superiority due to the absence of something.  Nowhere is this ...
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Studies claiming serious GMO crop risks published mostly in low quality journals and riddled with conflicts of interest, bad science

Plant Biotechnology | 
[Editor's note: Miguel Sanchez is Executive Director of ChileBio. Wayne Parrott is a professor of Crop Science at the University of ...
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2016 was not a good year for crop biotechnology and science

Forbes | 
Editor's note: The piece below was written by Wayne Parrot, professor of crop science at the University of Georgia, and Val ...
Georgia's Wayne Parrott: 'Time to end transparency double-standard targeting biotech scientists'

Georgia’s Wayne Parrott: ‘Time to end transparency double-standard targeting biotech scientists’

Genetic Literacy Project | 
I have long been a firm believer that any public scientist who cannot explain, defend and justify his/her work to ...

GM technology increases drought tolerance by protecting roots

The GLP aggregated and excerpted this blog/article to reflect the diversity of news, opinion and analysis. Agriculture is estimated to ...
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How useful are animal studies for assessing GM foods?

If in doubt feed it to a rat and see what happens. So goes the philosophy of some risk assessment ...
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The GMO ‘Population and Prosperity Paradox’: Can biotechnology help meet the growing global food challenge?

Institute of Food Technologists | 
Using the innovative tools of biotechnology, scientists are able to genetically engineer crops with traits that can address the challenges ...

Professor Parrott gives GE-fed pig study an F

Parrott blog | 
The following is an edited excerpt. Paper: GE-fed pigs have irritated stomachs and thicker uteruses Grade: F Why does this ...
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