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Date：Jul. 5, 2019 Category：Markets
Chinese agricultural scientists using gene-editing technology have created new soybean mutants, which could lead to soybean crops in much warmer climates includ...
Date：Jul. 4, 2019 Category：Markets
Canada-grown canola, which has been restricted in China's market due to quality problems, faces the risk of full suspension of shipments to China, as there is n...
Date：Jun. 13, 2019 Category：Markets
China has been expanding the amount of land used to grow soybeans and diversifying its source of imports to reduce reliance on imports from the US - its second...
Date：Sep. 27, 2018 Category：Companies
China-based fertilizer additives supplier Hubei Forbon and Morocco's state-owned phosphate group OCP agreed to develop a new generation of eco-friendly fertiliz...
Date：Sep. 11, 2018 Category：Markets
Planting soybean in foreign countries could provide a hand-up for China in the face of the ongoing trade war with the US, said an expert, as a China-developed g...
Date：Sep. 19, 2013 Category：Regulations
China has so far granted the import of a list of genetically modified (GM) crops including soybean, corn, oilseed rape, cotton and sugar beet, the People's Dail...
Date：Aug. 6, 2013 Category：Science&Research
An Israeli group of researchers have grown genetically engineered plants that live longer and resist long periods without water and can yield more produce, in w...
Date：May. 29, 2013 Category：Products
China's Ministry of Commerce (MOFCOM) announced on Monday that it would levy provisional anti-dumping duties on pyridine imported from India and Japan.