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Date：Jul. 30, 2013 Category：Regulations
French state crop research agency INRA has been forced to scrap an open air trail of genetically modified poplar trees, after failing to gain renewed approval f...
Date：Dec. 14, 2012 Category：Markets
Cold, snowy weather across much of central and Eastern Europe eased winter crops into dormancy.
Date：Dec. 12, 2012 Category：Science&Research
Scientists in Texas examining the effects of certain molecules on promoting plant growth and boosting natural protection have made a breakthrough.
Date：Nov. 22, 2012 Category：Regulations
Last week, Peru became the latest state to introduce a ban on genetically modified foods, as a new law prohibiting use or cultivation of transgenic crops came i...
Date：Oct. 24, 2012 Category：Markets
Amidst the European food safety watchdog’s investigation into a French study drawing links between a genetically modified variety of maize and cancer in rats, ...
Tags:Environment & Health
Date：Oct. 5, 2012 Category：Markets
A study from the United States has revealed that the increase in proliferation of herbicide-resistant weeds has led farmers in the country to dramatically incre...
Date：Sep. 25, 2012 Category：Markets
As a result of continued drought, which has blighted Southern Europe this summer and looks set to persist into the autumn, the Spanish olive harvest is set to b...
Date：Sep. 10, 2012 Category：Markets
The UN Environment Programme has warned that the environmental and health costs of pesticide exposure in Sub-Saharan Africa could reach nearly $100 billion over...
Date：Sep. 6, 2012 Category：Markets
Officials in Egypt have warned that counterfeit pesticides are causing problems in the country, threatening agricultural productivity and the country’s ecosyst...
Date：Jul. 6, 2011 Category：Markets
Central Queensland chickpea growers are urged to be on the lookout for ascochyta blight and be ready to apply a fungicide in order to prevent yield loss or seed...
Date：Jun. 15, 2011 Category：Regulations
The Peruvian Congress has announced a ten year moratorium on the cultivation of GM crops. The move was passed with a landslide approval.