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Hybridized cotton reverses resistance of pink bollworm to Bt cotton

in Southwest Farm Press

Researchers with the University of Arizona and China discovered a surprising strategy to reverse pink bollworm resistance to genetically engineered cotton. 239 more words

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Παιδιά που φτιάχνουν τα δώρα των παιδιών σου

Με την Κυριακή του Πάσχα να βρίσκεται μόνο λίγες μέρες μακριά πλήθος ανθρώπων ξεχύνεται καθημερινά στα καταστήματα προκειμένου να εξασφαλίσει πως το πνευματικό του παιδί δεν θα μείνει παραπονεμένο.

GM Mustard Case Returns To Court In India: Bt Cotton Failure And Economic Distress Spun As A ‘Success’ In Pitch For GMOs

The Government of India is attempting to push through the commercial cultivation of genetically modified (GM) food crops. In an attempt to spearhead the drive by making GM mustard the first such crop in the country, the government has apparently allowed  1,615 more words

Health

GMOs: The Good, The Bad and The Ugly

What are GMOs? (Genetically Modified Organisms)

GMOs are organisms whose genetic structure have been altered using modern biotechnology; simply put, these are plants or animals which have one or more genes added, removed or modified, you remember that high school biology story bout genes right? 800 more words

Agricuture

Making the Case for Pesticide Use in Today’s Cotton Fields

Few topics of discussion (with the exception perhaps of the current U.S. elections) receive as much debate these days than how cotton should be farmed and harvested. 2,474 more words

Organic Cotton

SJM: protecting the interests of food producers, the Indian environment and people

The latest in the GM food saga: a correspondent sends news from Hyderabad about the discovery of imported American GE sweets confirmed by State Food Laboratory’s Ravindra, who states that “The sale of GE foods is prohibited under Section 22 of the Food Safety and Standards Act”. 452 more words

Agriculture

Africa’s Top Cotton Grower Sees Good Crop After Monsanto Ban

With a well-worn hoe dangling on his shoulder, farmer Elie Gnoumou scanned his cotton field in the south of Burkina Faso, Africa’s top grower of the fiber, with visible relief. 602 more words

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