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▶ Anthony Shelton, Bt and beneficials | Spreaker – Be Heard

Cornell entomologist Anthony Shelton says Bt biotech may actually help rather than harm beneficial insects. Check it out on Food and Farm, brought to you by Feedstuffs Foodlink and Feedstuffs Foodlink-Connecting Farm to Fork, as heard on America’s Web Radio.com. via ▶ Anthony Shelton, Bt and beneficials | Spreaker – Be Heard.

FreshFruitPortal.com » Spanish researchers develop antioxidant-rich oranges

FreshFruitPortal.com » Spanish researchers develop antioxidant-rich oranges.

Can farmers reduce toxic agricultural chemicals by tricking pests with pheromone-producing biotech plants? | Genetic Literacy Project

What if, instead of killing pest insects with toxins, we simply tricked them into not harming our crops? via Can farmers reduce toxic agricultural chemicals by tricking pests with pheromone-producing biotech plants? | Genetic Literacy Project.

Literature Review on Impacts of GM Crops on Biodiversity – Biodiversity Policy & Practice

Literature Review on Impacts of GM Crops on Biodiversity – Biodiversity Policy & Practice.

GMOs and Biotechnology – The Food Dialogues: New York | Food Dialogues

DIALOGUES via GMOs and Biotechnology – The Food Dialogues: New York | Food Dialogues.

Peter Singer advocates a case-by-case approach to genetically modified organisms. – Project Syndicate

Peter Singer advocates a case-by-case approach to genetically modified organisms. – Project Syndicate.

Arctic Apple

A look into non-browning Apples or Arctic Apples | FrankenFoodFacts Arctic Apples TwitterView | Pythagorean Crank A Misplaced Concern about an Apple | Biology Fortified, Inc. Why novel dsRNA molecules in GM food are of little to no concern | Biology Fortified, Inc.

What do you want to know about Biofortified Sorghum? « Biology Fortified, Inc.

What do you want to know about Biofortified Sorghum? « Biology Fortified, Inc..

Misplaced fear of identical diseases links anti-GMOers to anti-technology fringe groups | Genetic Literacy Project

Misplaced fear of identical diseases links anti-GMOers to anti-technology fringe groups | Genetic Literacy Project.

How useful are animal studies for assessing GM foods? | Genetic Literacy Project

How useful are animal studies for assessing GM foods? | Genetic Literacy Project.

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