The measure would nullify Vermont’s first-in-the-nation GMO labeling law, which takes effect July 1.
University of Florida researchers find learning opportunity among poll results regarding genetically modified foods.
A study from the University of Florida confirms what many farm marketers suspected: Consumers don’t understand genetically modified food and organisms as well as they think they do.
Hopefully, the hysteria the West has perpetuated on genetic engineering will not stifle the potential of moving our production forward enough to help feed a growing global population.
The study stresses the need for proper resistance management, the need for a different ways to evaluate all new crop varieties, regardless of process in which they were developed.
A plant breeding expert details the scientific procedures required to bring GMO crops to market.
A common white button mushroom modified with the gene-editing tool CRISPR-Cas9 has been engineered to resist browning.
J.R. Simplot Company submitted a request in May for extension of a determination of nonregulated status.
Arctic Fuji is the next release in the nonbrowning apple series.
Genetic sequencing paves the way for better breeding.
Related research also could lead to a new grapefruit cultivar as well as the creation of ornamental citrus plants.
What do you really know about genetic engineering and genetically modified organisms (GMOs)? We have all seen headlines […]
Extension granted for a line of genetically engineered spuds developed by J.R. Simplot Company.
Multiple studies that include using a gene from a member of the mustard plant family are proving fruitful in not only resisting HLB, but also possibly black spot and canker.
Agency is issuing two guidances for manufacturers who wish to voluntarily label their products as containing ingredients from GE or non-GE sources.
Online resource celebrates more than 1,000 questions answered involving the highly debatable topics of biotechnology and genetically modified foods.
Huanglongbing is ravaging Florida’s iconic oranges and California’s are at risk; we should not just stand by and watch the U.S. citrus industry dry up.