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  • Agrichemical companies power up genetically modified seeds

    Agrichemical companies power up genetically modified seeds

    The next generation of engineered seeds will escalate herbicide spraying, with potentially large environmental consequences.

  • Monsanto wins, for now

    Monsanto wins, for now

    The Agriculture Department approves the planting of genetically modified alfalfa seed.

  • Universities lag on organics

    Montana’s land-grant universities have so far shown little interest in promoting organic agriculture

  • Cheese producers just say 'no' to Monsanto

    The Tillamook County Creamery Association in Oregon votes to uphold its ban on the use of the artificial growth hormone Posilac in its dairy cows

  • Biotech companies engineer a ‘superweed’

    A genetically engineered form of creeping bentgrass, designed to be resistant to the herbicide Roundup, could creep from the golf courses it’s intended for to nearby public lands

  • Brave New Hay

    Monsanto’s genetically modified Roundup Ready alfalfa may take over the West, as the company re-engineers the world to conform to its business plan

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