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Category: GM Crops
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New 'golden rice' carries far more vitamin 27.3.2005 New Scientist: GM Organisms
A new strain of genetically engineered rice has up to 23 times more provitamin A - a lack of the vitamin causes childhood blindness
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New 'golden rice' carries far more vitamin 27.3.2005 New Scientist: GM Organisms
A new strain of genetically engineered rice has up to 23 times more provitamin A - a lack of the vitamin causes childhood blindness
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New 'golden rice' carries far more vitamin 27.3.2005 New Scientist: GM Organisms
A new strain of genetically engineered rice has up to 23 times more provitamin A - a lack of the vitamin causes childhood blindness
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New 'golden rice' carries far more vitamin 27.3.2005 New Scientist: GM Organisms
A new strain of genetically engineered rice has up to 23 times more provitamin A - a lack of the vitamin causes childhood blindness
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New 'golden rice' carries far more vitamin 27.3.2005 New Scientist: GM Organisms
A new strain of genetically engineered rice has up to 23 times more provitamin A - a lack of the vitamin causes childhood blindness
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New 'golden rice' carries far more vitamin 27.3.2005 New Scientist: GM Organisms
A new strain of genetically engineered rice has up to 23 times more provitamin A - a lack of the vitamin causes childhood blindness
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Unapproved GM corn found in US food chain 23.3.2005 New Scientist: GM Organisms
A Swiss company accidentally sold the genetically modified seed corn in the US for four years - renewing concerns over GM crop regulation
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Unapproved GM corn found in US food chain 23.3.2005 New Scientist: GM Organisms
A Swiss company accidentally sold the genetically modified seed corn in the US for four years - renewing concerns over GM crop regulation
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Unapproved GM corn found in US food chain 23.3.2005 New Scientist: GM Organisms
A Swiss company accidentally sold the genetically modified seed corn in the US for four years - renewing concerns over GM crop regulation
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Organic farming takes hold in Rajasthan 21.3.2005 India Together - Agriculture

Large numbers of farmers have opted for a way of cultivation that does away with chemical pesticides, and most importantly, uses less water in a water-starved state. The dramatic results are nowhere more visible than in Rajasthan's Shekhawati belt, reports Deepa A.
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Final farm-scale crop trial finds against GM 21.3.2005 New Scientist: GM Organisms
The last of the UK's big evaluations finds GM winter oilseed rape (canola) is worse overall for wildlife than its non-GM counterpart
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Final farm-scale crop trial finds against GM 21.3.2005 New Scientist: GM Organisms
The last of the UK's big evaluations finds GM winter oilseed rape (canola) is worse overall for wildlife than its non-GM counterpart
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Final farm-scale crop trial finds against GM 21.3.2005 New Scientist: GM Organisms
The last of the UK's big evaluations finds GM winter oilseed rape (canola) is worse overall for wildlife than its non-GM counterpart
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India Together: Organic farming takes hold in Rajasthan - 21 March 2005 20.3.2005 India Together
India Together: Organic farming takes hold in Rajasthan - 21 March 2005
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Will low-fat foods sway biotech sceptics? 19.3.2005 New Scientist: GM Organisms
A decade after genetically modified crops went on sale, the first GM products claiming to have direct benefits for consumers have arrived
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Editorial: On the uptake of healthier GM foods 19.3.2005 New Scientist: GM Organisms
Finally, GM crop growers are offering sceptical consumers a real reason to buy - low fat foods. Could it reverse anti-GM feelings in Europe?
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Will low-fat foods sway biotech sceptics? 19.3.2005 New Scientist: GM Organisms
A decade after genetically modified crops went on sale, the first GM products claiming to have direct benefits for consumers have arrived
Also found in: [+]
Editorial: On the uptake of healthier GM foods 19.3.2005 New Scientist: GM Organisms
Finally, GM crop growers are offering sceptical consumers a real reason to buy - low fat foods. Could it reverse anti-GM feelings in Europe?
Also found in: [+]
Will low-fat foods sway biotech sceptics? 19.3.2005 New Scientist: GM Organisms
A decade after genetically modified crops went on sale, the first GM products claiming to have direct benefits for consumers have arrived
Also found in: [+]
Editorial: On the uptake of healthier GM foods 19.3.2005 New Scientist: GM Organisms
Finally, GM crop growers are offering sceptical consumers a real reason to buy - low fat foods. Could it reverse anti-GM feelings in Europe?
Also found in: [+]
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