GENET Thread Index

Thread index
Last updated: Sat Jun 30 04:25:02 2012
117 messages

  • BUSINESS & SEEDS: India’s seed industry braces for a hit as farmers shun Bt cotton, GENET - news&information
  • BUSINESS & SEEDS: Monsanto’s DroughtGard corn planted on 250 acres, GENET - news&information
  • BUSINESS & SEEDS: Non-browning Arctic Apple gets chilly reception from B.C. fruit growers, GENET - news&information
  • BUSINESS & POLICY: The GM debate is growing up: Scientists speak, corporations remain quiet, GENET - news&information
  • SEEDS & REGULATION: Mexican farmers block new seed variety law to privatize plants, GENET - news&information
  • BUSINESS & POLICY: Roundtable on Responsible Soya - The certifying smoke screen, GENET - news&information
  • GMO-FREE REGIONS & REGULATION: Call to make most of GE free status of Hawke’s Bay (New Zealand), GENET - news&information
  • BUSINESS & SEEDS: Proposal to ‘sell’ India’s plant genetic resources to multinationals draws ire, GENET - news&information
  • BUSINESS & REGULATION: Brazil farmers in legal feud with Monsanto over royalties on GM soy, GENET - news&information
  • CONSUMERS & REGULATION: American Medical Association considers labels on GE food, GENET - news&information
  • CONSUMERS & REGULATION: U.S. biotech industry builds up front groups to fight GE food labelling votes, GENET - news&information
  • SCIENCE & POLICY: UK PR campaign on GE crop: Scientists must not overplay their hands, GENET - news&information
  • BUSINESS & SEEDS: U.S. Bt maize adoption is positively associated with increased yields but not to insecticide use, GENET - news&information
  • BUSINESS & SEEDS: U.S. farmers question GE corn’s effectiveness - but continue planting corn after corn, GENET - news&information
  • BUSINESS & SEEDS: Monsanto raises 2012 outlook and shares rise, GENET - news&information
  • RISK ASSESSMENT & APPROVAL: Roundup Ready beets move closer to deregulation in the USA, GENET - news&information
  • BUSINESS & POLICY: Union for Concerned Scientists (USA) finds Monsanto’s drought-tolerant GE corn lacking, GENET - news&information
  • RISK ASSESSMENT & TECHNOLOGY: Corn-pest resistance study sees need for larger refuge for Bt corn in the USA, GENET - news&information
  • BUSINESS & REGULATION: Seed takeover by Pioneer Hi-Bred vexes South African farmers, GENET - news&information
  • BUSINESS & POLICY: How GE crops can save Indonesian farmers and the nation, GENET - news&information
  • BUSINESS & POLICY: Genetically modified crops imperative to boost agricultural productivity in Pakistan, GENET - news&information
  • AGRICULTURE & DEVELOPMENT: The New Alliance for Food Security and Nutrition: Nothing new about ignoring Africa’s farmers, GENET - news&information
  • RISK ASSESSMENT & APPROVAL: ‘Genetically modified foods safe for humans’ assures Nigerian authority, GENET - news&information
  • BUSINESS & SEEDS: Global economic and environmental benefits of GM crops continue to rise, GENET - news&information
  • SCIENCE & ANIMALS: Genetically modified camels created to produce milk with recombinant proteins, GENET - news&information
  • GMO-FREE REGIONS & POLICY: Richmond (Canada) city decision on GE crop ban sparks debate, GENET - news&information
  • BUSINESS & SEEDS: Dry spell hits Bt cotton crops in Molakalmuru District (Karnataka, India), GENET - news&information
  • BUSINESS & REGULATION: Working in Indian Bt cotton fields: Childhood in shreds, GENET - news&information
  • GMO-FREE PRODUCTS & SEEDS: Tamil Nadu (India) rice association’s move to safeguard rice from genetic modification, GENET - news&information
  • RISK ASSESSMENT & APPROVAL: U.S. NGOs ask FDA for final response to GE salmon petition, GENET - news&information
  • CONTAMINATION & PLANTS: Illegal GM rapeseed spreading in Switzerland, GENET - news&information
  • BUSINESS & SEEDS: BASF says drought-tolerant corn's value to be determined by farmers, GENET - news&information
  • BUSINESS & REGULATION: U.S. House proposal would bypass court cases against GE crop approvals, GENET - news&information
  • SCIENCE & PLANTS: Study finds that ‘Bt cotton has improved farmers’ lives’ in India, GENET - news&information
  • BUSINESS & REGULATION: Syngenta accused lying over cattle deaths fed with Bt176 GE maize, GENET - news&information
  • POLICY & REGULATION: As grain piles up, India’s poor still go hungry, GENET - news&information
  • POLICY & REGULATION: Ban on GMOs in Zimbabwe: flawed science, GENET - news&information
  • POLICY & REGULATION: Ghana needs GE crops to fight diseases, weather, floods and droughts, GENET - news&information
  • POLICY & REGULATION: Illegal cultivation of Chinese GM cotton a violation of Sudanese Biosafety Act, GENET - news&information
  • POLICY & REGULATION: ‘Nigeria needs strong biosafety institution’, GENET - news&information
  • GMO-FREE REGIONS & POLICY: Regional District of Okanagan-Similkamee (Canada) requests authorities to reject GE apple application, GENET - news&information
  • BUSINESS & REGULATION: EU member states refuse nomination ex-Monsanto employee for EFSA management board, GENET - news&information
  • CONTAMINATION & REGULATION: EU plans to let traces of unapproved GMOs in food, Germany announces opposition, GENET - news&information
  • CONTAMINATION & FOOD: Turkish hazelnut spread found to contain GM soy, GENET - news&information
  • BUSINESS & POLICY: Russia must ease GM crop restrictions and GM food labeling when joining the WTO, GENET - news&information
  • SCIENCE & ANIMALS: Oxitec uses GM to produce sterile male Diamondback moths, GENET - news&information
  • SCIENCE & POLICY: GE malaria vaccine candidate ‘could be grown at home’ say researcher, GENET - news&information
  • RISK ASSESSMENT & APPROVAL: GM mosquitoes: Flying through the regulatory gaps?, GENET - news&information
  • SCIENCE & ANIMALS: Genetically engineered, low-lactose dairy calf bred in China, GENET - news&information
  • SCIENCE & BUSINESS: SESVanderHave and Arcadia Biosciences achieve field performance milestone for nitrogen use efficient GE sugar beets, GENET - news&information
  • CONSUMERS & REGULATION: St. Louis (USA) groups step into GM food labeling debate, GENET - news&information
  • BUSINESS & REGULATION: Food and biotech industry builds opposition against California’s food labeling bill, GENET - news&information
  • CONSUMERS & REGULATION: How California's GM food referendum may change what America eats, GENET - news&information
  • BUSINESS & POLICY: What new 2,4-D-resistant GE crops mean - going backwards, GENET - news&information
  • RISK ASSESSMENT & TECHNOLOGY: Gene-modified Bt cotton aids pest-killing insects, China study says, GENET - news&information
  • SCIENCE & POLICY: Indian Rural Development Minister moots government study on GM crops as sustainable option, GENET - news&information
  • RISK ASSESSMENT & APPROVAL: Rajasthan (India) withdraws permission for GM mustard trial, GENET - news&information
  • CONTAMINATION & REGULATION: India denies GMO contamination in basmati rice exported into the EU, GENET - news&information
  • CONSUMERS & REGULATION: Indian GM food labelling starts in January 2013, GENET - news&information
  • SCIENCE & POLICY: Why genetically modified corn in Pakistan?, GENET - news&information
  • POLICY & REGULATION: GE crops important to Africa’s development according to AfricaBio media dialogue, GENET - news&information
  • POLICY & REGULATION: Genetically modified plants must be regulated says South African researcher, GENET - news&information
  • AGRICULTURE & DEVELOPMENT: Is Bt cotton in Inda a success or failure?, GENET - news&information
  • BUSINESS & SEEDS: Krishidhan Seed (India) launches new Bollgard II cotton seed variety, GENET - news&information
  • BUSINESS & SEEDS: GMO industry all wet about drought tolerant engineered crops, but you can help turn the tide, GENET - news&information
  • BUSINESS & SEEDS: U.S. ag expert described GM corn yields as disappointing, GENET - news&information
  • POLICY & REGULATION: Debate on renationalisation of GM crop approvals ends in stalemate between EU ministers, GENET - news&information
  • BUSINESS & REGULATION: Monsanto may lose GM soya royalties throughout Brazil, GENET - news&information
  • RISK ASSESSMENT & TECHNOLOGY: Why genetically engineered food is dangerous: New report by genetic engineers, GENET - news&information
  • RISK ASSESSMENT & APPROVAL: Groups ask Philippine Supreme Court to issue temporary environment protection order against Bt eggplant trial, GENET - news&information
  • RISK ASSESSMENT & APPROVAL: Indian States say no to GE plant field trials, GENET - news&information
  • CONSUMERS & REGULATION: Vermont (USA) Senator: Let states regulate gene-altered food, GENET - news&information
  • BUSINESS & REGULATION: Child tracking system to curb trafficking to Bt cotton fields in Gujarat (India), GENET - news&information
  • GMO-FREE REGIONS & REGULATION: Hungary passes law limiting GM crops, GENET - news&information
  • CONSUMERS & REGULATION: Australian survey finds support for banning fast food advertisments, GENET - news&information
  • CONSUMERS & REGULATION: India introduces ‘GM’ label on packaged food soon, GENET - news&information
  • CONSUMERS & REGULATION: American Medical Association discusses GE food labeling policy, GENET - news&information
  • BUSINESS & REGULATION: U.S. Ag groups urge to ignore court cases challenging GE crop approvals, GENET - news&information
  • CONSUMERS & REGULATION: Vermont (USA) groups sue Pinnacle Foods Group over ”all natural” labeling, GENET - news&information
  • CONSUMERS & REGULATION: American Medical Association rejects GE food labelling but supports mandatory pre-market approval process, GENET - news&information
  • RISK ASSESSMENT & TECHNOLOGY: Bt resistant rootworm getting an early start in the USA, GENET - news&information
  • GMO-FREE PRODUCTS & SEEDS: Egypt non-GE wheat experiment produces dramatic yield boost, GENET - news&information
  • SCIENCE & PLANTS: Danforth Plant Science Center announced development of siRNA virus resistant cassava for Africa, GENET - news&information
  • BUSINESS & POLICY: Is adoption of Bt cotton an indicator of its success?, GENET - news&information
  • CONSUMERS & REGULATION: Sanders’ GE food labeling amendment fails in U.S. Senate, GENET - news&information
  • CONSUMERS & REGULATION: Californian (USA) proposition un GE food labeling unneeded, expensive, unworkable, GENET - news&information
  • RISK ASSESSMENT & REGULATION: American Medical Association is of two opinions about GM food, GENET - news&information
  • CONSUMERS & REGULATION: Pakistan to introduce labelling of GM food citing Australia’s labelling regime, GENET - news&information
  • RISK ASSESSMENT & TECHNOLOGY: Bt crops no longer safe from resistant pests, GENET - news&information
  • RISK ASSESSMENT & ANIMALS: Draft guidance on environmental risk assessment of GM animals: EFSA launches public consultation, GENET - news&information
  • GMO-FREE PRODUCTS & SEEDS: Rwanda releases iron-rich non-GE beans to improve public health for millions, GENET - news&information
  • BUSINESS & TECHNOLOGY: Glufosinate herbicide shortage sparks controversy in the USA, GENET - news&information
  • GMO-FREE REGIONS & REGULATION: Okanagan politicians call for British Colombia (Canada) ban on GM plants, GENET - news&information
  • BUSINESS & ANIMALS: Genetically engineered Enviropigs killed after funding ends, GENET - news&information
  • APPLICATIONS & APPROVAL: GM sugarcane trial planting set to take off in Brazil from October 2012, GENET - news&information
  • SCIENCE & POLICY: Mother Jones: Blinded by “science” on GMO food, GENET - news&information
  • AGRICULTURE & DEVELOPMENT: Indian study shows substantial benefits for all surveyed Bt cotton farmers, none commited suicide, GENET - news&information
  • GMO-FREE REGIONS & POLICY: Maharashtra (India) government to test Brazilian non-GE cotton model in Vidarbha, GENET - news&information
  • POLICY & REGULATION: Genetically modified India - the debate on GE crops is back, GENET - news&information
  • CONSUMERS & REGULATION: Indian government makes labelling of GM foods mandatory, GENET - news&information
  • BUSINESS & POLICY: USA wants to control Pakistan agriculture explains Chairman of Agriforum Pakistan, GENET - news&information
  • BUSINESS & POLICY: Monsanto-sponsored seminar urges government to promote GE crops to feed Pakistan, GENET - news&information
  • APPLICATIONS & APPROVAL: EFSA favours cultivation of 'Roundup Ready Soy' within the EU, GENET - news&information
  • RISK ASSESSMENT & POLICY: The new EFSA GMO-panel: Still biased, GENET - news&information
  • POLICY & REGULATION: Overcoming obstacles to GM crop adoption in developing countries, GENET - news&information
  • BUSINESS & PLANTS: GMO trees and the Green Economy: Green deserts for all?, GENET - news&information
  • RISK ASSESSMENT & TECHNOLOGY: Bollworms find new host plants in Indian fields, causing new trouble, GENET - news&information
  • BUSINESS & SEEDS: Acute shortage of Bt cotton seeds in Andhra Pradesh (India), GENET - news&information
  • BUSINESS & SEEDS: Monsanto faces hurdles in vegetable and fruit business, GENET - news&information
  • BUSINESS & SEEDS: Monsanto profit beats view, GE corn seed sales jump, GENET - news&information
  • BUSINESS & POLICY: UK MP wrongly claims Marks & Spencer supermarkets sell GM broccoli, GENET - news&information
  • SCIENCE & ANIMALS: Heart of GM pig 'successfully transplanted into monkey', South Korea scientists claim, GENET - news&information
  • SCIENCE & POLICY: Zambian government urged to involve universities in GMOs study, GENET - news&information
  • POLICY & REGULATION: Uganda may allow genetically modified crops to boost production, GENET - news&information
  • CONTAMINATION & REGULATION: Expert warns of illegal Thai GM papaya on EU market, GENET - news&information
  • BUSINESS & REGULATION: Kenyan importers oppose GMO labeling provisions, GENET - news&information
  • SCIENCE & ANIMALS: Scientists create malaria-proof GE mosquito, GENET - news&information

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