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Reflecting on July 2015: “The Ag Biotech Debate Was Front and Center”

Agri-Pulse recently published an op-ed titled “The Biotechnology Riddle” by Marshall Matz which outlined how …

Quantifying the Benefits of GE Crops

Did you know that over 90% of soybeans, cotton and corn grown in America are …

Understanding the Wider Implications of HR 9: Patent Reform's Impact on Agriculture

The House Judiciary Committee recently approved H.R. 9, the Innovation Act, legislation they hoped would …

Freedom, Fireworks, Hot Dogs and Biotech!

Independence Day is a day when America comes together to celebrate family, friends, and our …

Driving to Drive Women in Ag Business

On June 1 in Easton, ME, American Agri-Women (AAW) set out on a 5 month long drive …

Pope Francis' Encyclical Includes Ambivalent Remarks on Ag Biotech

On June 18, 2015, Pope Francis released on the Vatican website an encyclical letter that …

Faith in GMOs

Religious sects across the world chime in on many issues involving science, religious freedoms, medicine …

USDA Secretary Vilsack Addresses Attendees at Coexistence Workshop

On March 12 – 13, 2015 at North Carolina State University (NCSU), the U.S. Department of …

Industry Comes Together to Improve the Introduction of Ag Biotech Products into the Marketplace

Representatives of several farm, grain trade and biotech companies have been meeting on a regular …

The “Other Issues to Worry About” vs. GMO’s

We don’t label foods for pesticides, fertilizers or these other “conventional” food-production technologies. Only genetically …