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Biotech crops directly related to higher yields  -- Anti-biotech groups ignore the facts -- biotech helps growers produce more food with less environmental impact.


EU Biotech Opposition Creates Quandary For Farmers -- Europe's failure to approved biotech imports may leave their livestock producers without enough soybeans.

High Food Prices May Cut Opposition To Genetically Modified Food -- European consumers remain wary, but policy makers believe shortages and higher prices will eventually spawn acceptance.

Gene Modified Crops The Key To Food Crisis, Says Scientist -- Genetically modified crops hold the key to solving the food price crisis, the UK government's former chief scientific adviser has said.

Pioneer: New soybeans produce 10% yield advantage -- New technologies may help growers boos soybean yields.

US GMO Sugar Beet Plantings Swell, But Raise Worries -- Half the sugar beet area in the U.S. is now devoted to genetically modified plants after a rapid but controversial adoption.

Cutting The Carbon Hoofprint -- A new study from Cornell University shows that rBST can help dairy farmers reduce the environmental impact of producing milk.

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