Whether it is human genetics or genetics applied to plants, knowledge is growing at a dizzying pace.
While nature always finds a way to adapt, science continues to find other ways to cope.
RNAi technology aims to take out HLB vector.
Gene editing has the potential to aid growers in control of invasive pests.
Genome-editing from Broad Institute has potential to be a more precise tool to improve ag products.
Perhaps the greatest threat to our industry is a public that values instinctual opinion over careful research and the findings of experts who have dedicated years to their field of study.
The introduced genetic material is from wild potato varieties that are resistant to late blight.
Ready-to-eat packs will be in test markets early this year.
Misconceptions about what methods are used to breed new varieties spark need for public outreach.
National Institute of Food and Agriculture allocates funding to help evaluate genetically modified organisms.
Genomics are being used to help develop winegrape varieties.
Developed by J.R. Simplot, the potatoes are resistant to late blight, reduced black spot bruising, and lowered reducing sugars.
Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service announces deregulation of third non-browning apple released from Canadian company.
Game-changing technology allows targeted gene modification to fight diseases like citrus greening.
APHIS releases determination to extend deregulation to third release from Okanagan Specialty Fruits.
USDA moves Okanagan Specialty Fruits’ variety to nonregulated status; public comment period is forthcoming.
The measure would nullify Vermont’s first-in-the-nation GMO labeling law, which takes effect July 1.