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We don’t need labels telling us our food has been genetically modified   - 3/30/2015
By , E I GHTY-EIGHT percent of scientists polled by the Pew Research Center in January said genetically modified food is generally safe to eat . Only 37 percent of the public shared that view. The
  
    



Editorial: We don’t need labels on genetically modified foods   - 3/30/2015
By , E I GHTY-EIGHT percent of scientists polled by the Pew Research Center in January said genetically modified food is generally safe to eat . Only 37 percent of the public shared that view. The
  
    




Spatial soil heterogeneity has a greater effect on symbiotic arbuscular mycorrhizal   - 3/31/2015
Abstract Maize, genetically modified with the insect toxin genes of Bacillus thuringiensis is widely cultivated, yet its impacts on soil organisms are poorly understood. Arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi
  
    



Tuberculosis-resistant transgenic cattle [Agricultural Sciences]   - 3/31/2015
Tuberculosis-resistant transgenic cattle > Current Issue > vol. 112 no. 13 > Christopher K. Tuggle ,  3854 – 3855 Online Impact
  
    



Monsanto lobbyist refuses to drink weed killer on live TV   - 3/28/2015
. In a preview clip of an upcoming French documentary, scientist and Monsanto supporter Patrick Moore is seen telling a journalist that it’s completely safe for humans to drink large amounts of Roundup,
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Watch a GMO Advocate Claim a Weed Killer Is Safe to Drink but Then Refuse to Drink   - 3/27/2015
. In an interview with the French television station Canal Plus, an advocate for genetically modified foods said Roundup, a weedkiller that is manufactured by chemical giant Monsanto, is safe for human
  
    


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No, It's Not Safe To Drink Monsanto Weed Killer On Camera. But Who Cares?   - 3/27/2015
There’s a Time post  making the rounds today: A journalist from Canal+ , the French premium cable station, asks a man identified as a Monsanto lobbyist to drink some RoundUp, or glyphosate, a commonly
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Patrick Moore, Man Who Refused to Drink Roundup, is Not a Monsanto Lobbyist   - 3/27/2015
U.S. The Internet went wild this week when a video emerged of a man named Patrick Moore bombastically offering to drink a controversial Monsanto herbicide then quickly refusing when a French journalist
  
    



Influx of Genetically Modified Seeds Will Be the Key Trend in the Global Seeds Market   - 3/27/2015
Influx of Genetically Modified Seeds Will Be the Key Trend in the Global Seeds Market through 2019: Technavio Technavio says increased adoption of genetically modified seeds will
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Syngenta Rejects Cargill, ADM Bid To Remand GMO Corn Suits   - 3/31/2015
By Matt Sharp Law360, New York (March 31, 2015, 3:09 PM ET) -- Syngenta Corp. on Monday urged a Kansas federal judge to reject a bid by Cargill Inc. and Archer Daniels Midland Co. to remand to state
  
    



Ont. feds must keep GM plant in business Union   - 3/31/2015
C News Tuesday 31st March, 2015 TORONTO -- Ontario is at risk of losing up to 33,000 jobs within two years of any shutdown of the GM complex in Oshawa, says a study released by the union that represents
  
    



GMO critics vindicated Biotech corporations were pushing fraud all along   - 3/31/2015
Natural News Tuesday 31st March, 2015 GMO safety and effectiveness prior to their commercial approval vocalized this. As explained in Druker's book, the concerns of these FDA scientists were largely
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The future of GM: The greenhouses where Monsanto ‘plays God’ with the future of   - 3/31/2015
Source – The Independent (UK) By Oliver Wright Date – 23 Mar 2015 Website – www.independent.co.uk If you travel from downtown St Louis at night on Highway 40 towards Kansas City and look
  
    



Seed firms begin field trials of GM crops in Maharashtra   - 3/31/2015
At least five large seed companies, including Monsanto, Mahyco and BASF, have started field trials of genetically-modified (GM) crops in Maharashtra, which granted permission earlier this year. The companies
  
    



World Health Organization Won’t Back Down From Study Linking Monsanto to Cancer   - 3/31/2015
The scientists behind a recent World Health Organization study which concluded the herbicide glyphosate “probably” causes cancer, say they stand behind their assessment. The comments come in response
  
    



Washington Post Editorial: We Don't Need Labels On GMO Foods   - 3/31/2015
Washington Post Editorial: 88% of scientists polled by the Pew Research Center in January said genetically modified food is generally safe to eat. Only 37% of the public shared that view. The movement
  
    



GMO Free USA Finds Gerber Lil’ Crunchies Full of Insecticidal GMOs   - 3/31/2015
UNIONVILLE, C.T., Mar. 31 /CSRwire/ - GMO Free USA today published the results of independent lab testing which documented that Gerber Lil’ Crunchies Veggie Dip Baked Whole Grain Corn toddler snack contains
  
    



Will you accept genetically modified food?   - 3/26/2015
Registration time 2014-7-11 Last login 2014-8-14 Online time 1 Hour Reading permission 10 Credits 98 Post 2 Digest 0 UID 1507863 I object the idea of GMO. Who knows what they would
  
    



Is your food genetically modified? If Congress moves on this, you may never know.   - 3/25/2015
The political push for labeling genetically engineered foods is spreading across the country. Groups in more than 20 states are pushing local initiatives. Now Congress could step in, and scuttle all
  
    



GOP wants new GMO food labels   - 3/25/2015
A label on a bag of popcorn indicates it is a non-GMO food product, in Los Angeles, California, October 19, 2012. ROBYN BECK/AFP/ House Republicans want a new, voluntary certification for foods free
  
    



Farmer tries to find balance with genetically modified crops   - 3/29/2015
A farmer in South Dakota's northern half is taking a middle road as to whether he should grow genetically modified crops. Tolstoy farmer Corey Johannsen tells the Aberdeen American News (http://bit.ly/1a06J6O
  
    



Monsanto ‘Outraged’ by WHO Assessment of Roundup Cancer Risk   - 3/23/2015
(Updates with Monsanto letter to WHO in sixth paragraph.) In an extended response to Friday’s WHO assessment of glyphosate, the active ingredient in Roundup, Monsanto Chief Technology Officer Robb Fraley
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Policy or perception? Companies reject newly-approved GMO produce   - 3/28/2015
Genetically modified non-browning apples and more durable potatoes will soon be available in your local grocery store, but some major food producers and already turning their back on the so-called Franken
  
    



National GMO Food-labeling Bill Introduced   - 3/27/2015
The bipartisan introduction of the Safe & Accurate Food Labeling Act by U.S. Reps. Mike Pompeo (R-Kan.) and G.K. Butterfield (D-N.C.) to establish a federal labeling standard for food and beverages made
  
    



US uses 'Intel Inside' model to push GM crops (Special to IANS)   - 3/30/2015
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