Tico Times Do you really know about genetically modified foods? Sarasota Herald-Tribune You have to dig deep to try and figure out what's true and what isn't in the debate about our food supply. “Debate” is a nice name for it.
Researchers say GMO citrus trees could combat greening TheGrower Then, when a worldwide search failed to find a tree that was immune to the disease or the Asian citrus psyllid that spreads it, president Rick Kress decided transgenics/GMOs may be...
Tico Times Costa Rican scientists, industry lobbyists debate GMO benefits Tico Times Costa Rican scientists are questioning the use of genetically modified organisms in agriculture, while biotech industry reps say GMOs could help feed the world.
Times of India No import nod for GM processed food items till March 2014 Times of India NEW DELHI: The Union environment ministry has issued an order keeping in abeyance the controversial August, 2007 notification, which allows import of...
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