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NeuroLogica Blog » Bt Brinjal – Destroying the Anti-GMO Narrative

The anti-GMO narrative – and that is what it is, a story – has several consistent elements. According to this narrative GMOs are poisonous, bad for farmers, and solely promoted by companies out to make money by controlling the food source and exploiting farmers and the public. The problem with this cartoon is that it […]

The Foodie Farmer: GMO versus NonGMO: The Cost of Production

Farmers grow what there is demand for, plain and simple. What markets are available in our region and the products they want from farmers. Economics 101. We don’t grow what we can’t sell. For us, there is greater demand for GMO derived feed and imgredients than there is for nonGMO feed and ingredients. Strange isn’t […]

Mark Lynas » Bt brinjal in Bangladesh – the true story

Bt brinjal (eggplant) via Mark Lynas » Bt brinjal in Bangladesh – the true story.

USDA ERS – Adoption of Genetically Engineered Crops by U.S. Farmers Has Increased Steadily for Over 15 Years

Genetically engineered (GE) crops with pest management traits first became commercially available for major crops in 1996. More than 15 years later, adoption of these crop varieties by U.S. farmers is widespread (170 million acres planted in 2013), and many products derived from these GE crops—including cornmeal, oils, and sugars—are commonly used in food products. […]

▶ 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.

Kissed A Farmer: Decision 2013: Drought Resistant & GMO Cottonseed Varieties leading the polls

. Kissed A Farmer: Decision 2013: Drought Resistant & GMO Cottonseed Varieties leading the polls.

Another Year, Another Post on GMOs and Allergies | Food Matters, Scientific American Blog Network

Another Year, Another Post on GMOs and Allergies | Food Matters, Scientific American Blog Network.

Farming a Toxin To Protect Crops, Pollinators and People: Scientific American

Farming a Toxin To Protect Crops, Pollinators and People: Scientific American.

MicrobiologyBytes » Blog Archive Bt protein effective against parasitic roundworms » MicrobiologyBytes

MicrobiologyBytes » Blog Archive Bt protein effective against parasitic roundworms » MicrobiologyBytes.

What if Bt saved human lives? « Biology Fortified, Inc.

What if Bt saved human lives? « Biology Fortified, Inc..

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