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GM pea causes allergic damage in mice 21.11.2005 New Scientist: GM Organisms
The genetically modified peas are shown to cause inflammation in animals, causing the 10-year project to develop pest-resistance in the plant to be dropped
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GM pea causes allergic damage in mice 21.11.2005 New Scientist: GM Organisms
The genetically modified peas are shown to cause inflammation in animals, causing the 10-year project to develop pest-resistance in the plant to be dropped
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Editorial: Export as you would be exported to... 19.11.2005 New Scientist: GM Organisms
Having spent 10 years insisting it should be free to export GM crops and food, the US is realising other countries may ask them to return the favour
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Editorial: Export as you would be exported to... 19.11.2005 New Scientist: GM Organisms
Having spent 10 years insisting it should be free to export GM crops and food, the US is realising other countries may ask them to return the favour
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Editorial: Export as you would be exported to... 19.11.2005 New Scientist: GM Organisms
Having spent 10 years insisting it should be free to export GM crops and food, the US is realising other countries may ask them to return the favour
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Editorial: Export as you would be exported to... 19.11.2005 New Scientist: GM Organisms
Having spent 10 years insisting it should be free to export GM crops and food, the US is realising other countries may ask them to return the favour
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Editorial: Export as you would be exported to... 19.11.2005 New Scientist: GM Organisms
Having spent 10 years insisting it should be free to export GM crops and food, the US is realising other countries may ask them to return the favour
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Editorial: Export as you would be exported to... 19.11.2005 New Scientist: GM Organisms
Having spent 10 years insisting it should be free to export GM crops and food, the US is realising other countries may ask them to return the favour
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Editorial: Export as you would be exported to... 19.11.2005 New Scientist: GM Organisms
Having spent 10 years insisting it should be free to export GM crops and food, the US is realising other countries may ask them to return the favour
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`M.P. Govt. has failed to help cotton farmers' 16.11.2005 Hindu: Other States
Farmers demand immediate ban on BT seeds
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Sparks fly over super brinjals 16.11.2005 Telegraph: Nation
An international public-private consortium has developed genetically modified (GM) eggplants that it hopes to soon turn into India's first edible GM crop. But activists are questioning the rationale of tinkering with brinjal genes.
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Private-public partnership to make transgenic crops affordable 15.11.2005 HBL: Agri-Biz & Commodities
A public private partnership between Mahyco, academic institutions and private sector seed companies in India, Bangladesh and Philippines aims to make transgenic crops affordable to more farmers in the region. Under the USAID-supported project, ...
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Transgenic eggplant to be commercialised 14.11.2005 Hindu: Tamil Nadu
Cornell University manages the biotechnology project
Wilting of Bt cotton in MP, farmers demand ban on cos 14.11.2005 New Kerala: India News
Bhopal: The genetically modified Bt cotton crops in over two lakh acre area in Nirmar region in western Madhya Pradesh suffered partial or complete wilting causing a loss of more than Rs 400 crores, the affected farmers said today.
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Official clarifies on Bt cotton 13.11.2005 Hindu: Tamil Nadu
CHENNAI: The Director in-charge of Seed Certification, Tamil Nadu, has said there is no basis for the news item, "Bt cotton seeds fail to germinate" that appeared in these columns on November 10. He said that till October 31, the department ...
<b>Gene contamination may affect organic exports</b> 11.11.2005 Deccan Herald
<b>Gene contamination may affect organic exports</b>
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Cotton output rises on better farm practices 11.11.2005 HBL: Agri-Biz & Commodities
FIVE years ago, the country's cotton production was struggling to top 150 lakh bales (of 170 kg). The yield then was 270-300 kg a hectare. Things have changed now. Last season (October 2004-September 2005) cotton production was 243 lakh bales ...
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Bt cotton seeds fail to germinate 10.11.2005 Hindu: Tamil Nadu
Situation in Tamil Nadu seems to be a repetition of failure in Andhra: panel
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Tobacco streak virus, pests attack cotton crop in Warangal district 10.11.2005 HBL: Agri-Biz & Commodities
THOUSANDS of cotton farmers in the district are set to record poor cotton yields this time, with tobacco streak virus (TSV) and sucking pests such as jassids attacking the crop on lakhs of acres. A senior scientist at the ARS (Agricultural ...
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Agrochem sector pins hopes on rabi season 8.11.2005 ET: Jobs
Agrochem sector pins hopes on rabi season
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