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Inaugural plantings of biotech drought-tolerant maize in U.S.; further developments in drought-tolerance technology across the world BEIJING, Feb.
The amount of global farmland used to grow genetically modified (GM) crops increased 10% last year, with the United States remaining the largest zone for the biotech produce.
BRUSSELS, April 13, 2010 /PRNewswire/ -- - Summary of Peer-Reviewed Research in Nature Biotechnology Magazine Concludes That Biotech Crops are Having a Positive Economic Impact on Farmers, Especially Those in Developing Countries A growing body of research evidence indicates that biotech crops are delivering higher yields and better economic performance for farmers around the world. In a peer-reviewed article that appears in the April 2010 edition of Nature Biotechnology...
BEIJING, Feb. 23 /PRNewswire/ -- Last year, ISAAA predicted biotech crops were poised for a new wave of growth. Substantial gains have already been made in 2009 that are starting to bring that prediction to fruition.
A biotech group said on Wednesday that genetically modified crops enjoyed a bumper year in 2008, with an additional 10.7 million hectares planted globally and growth prospects set to expand rapidly.
NAIROBI, Kenya, Feb.
A new "supercorn" with eight genetic modifications that make it even more highly resistant to insects and weed killers than earlier versions is just one of the agricultural developments Americans will see over the next several years as scientific advances enable technicians to customize crop plants with stacks of genes, biotechnology expert Clive James said.
Scientists discovered seeds from certain genetically modified crops can endure soil for at least 10 years in some cases. Critics say this shows that genetically modified organisms cannot be contained once released.
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