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Category: GM Crops
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GEAC okays release of Bt cotton seeds for kharif - The Economic Times 25.5.2005 ET: Agriculture
GEAC okays release of Bt cotton seeds for kharif - The Economic Times
Draft biotech policy is bad- The Times of India 25.5.2005 TOI: Editorial
Draft biotech policy is bad- The Times of India
Chinese GM-crop study shows benefit to poor farmers 7.5.2005 New Scientist: GM Organisms
The findings aid the GM industry's fight to win the support of millions of poor Asian farmers - at stake is the global reach of GM crops
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Chinese GM-crop study shows benefit to poor farmers 7.5.2005 New Scientist: GM Organisms
The findings aid the GM industry's fight to win the support of millions of poor Asian farmers - at stake is the global reach of GM crops
Also found in: [+]
Chinese GM-crop study shows benefit to poor farmers 7.5.2005 New Scientist: GM Organisms
The findings aid the GM industry's fight to win the support of millions of poor Asian farmers - at stake is the global reach of GM crops
Also found in: [+]
No more Bt Cotton sale in AP - The Times of India 5.5.2005 TOI: India
No more Bt Cotton sale in AP - The Times of India
Bt cotton's ready for a big splash - The Economic Times 8.4.2005 ET: Agriculture
Bt cotton's ready for a big splash - The Economic Times
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Cost of Growth - The Times of India 5.4.2005 TOI: Interviews
Cost of Growth - The Times of India
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GM Row: Agri exporters told to follow EU norms- The Economic Times 4.4.2005 ET: Agriculture
GM Row: Agri exporters told to follow EU norms- The Economic Times
Latest 'golden rice' gets go-ahead for trials 2.4.2005 New Scientist: GM Organisms
The genetically-modified rice contains 23 times more provitamin A than its predecessor - but critics are unconvinced
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Non-approved GM maize sold in US 2.4.2005 New Scientist: GM Organisms
A biotech company blunder has meant that non-approved genetically modified maize has been selling in the US for years
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Latest 'golden rice' gets go-ahead for trials 2.4.2005 New Scientist: GM Organisms
The genetically-modified rice contains 23 times more provitamin A than its predecessor - but critics are unconvinced
Also found in: [+]
Non-approved GM maize sold in US 2.4.2005 New Scientist: GM Organisms
A biotech company blunder has meant that non-approved genetically modified maize has been selling in the US for years
Also found in: [+]
Latest 'golden rice' gets go-ahead for trials 2.4.2005 New Scientist: GM Organisms
The genetically-modified rice contains 23 times more provitamin A than its predecessor - but critics are unconvinced
Also found in: [+]
Non-approved GM maize sold in US 2.4.2005 New Scientist: GM Organisms
A biotech company blunder has meant that non-approved genetically modified maize has been selling in the US for years
Also found in: [+]
Latest 'golden rice' gets go-ahead for trials 2.4.2005 New Scientist: GM Organisms
The genetically-modified rice contains 23 times more provitamin A than its predecessor - but critics are unconvinced
Also found in: [+]
Non-approved GM maize sold in US 2.4.2005 New Scientist: GM Organisms
A biotech company blunder has meant that non-approved genetically modified maize has been selling in the US for years
Also found in: [+]
Latest 'golden rice' gets go-ahead for trials 2.4.2005 New Scientist: GM Organisms
The genetically-modified rice contains 23 times more provitamin A than its predecessor - but critics are unconvinced
Also found in: [+]
Non-approved GM maize sold in US 2.4.2005 New Scientist: GM Organisms
A biotech company blunder has meant that non-approved genetically modified maize has been selling in the US for years
Also found in: [+]
Latest 'golden rice' gets go-ahead for trials 2.4.2005 New Scientist: GM Organisms
The genetically-modified rice contains 23 times more provitamin A than its predecessor - but critics are unconvinced
Also found in: [+]
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