genetically engineered crops

ASTA helps sow the future of seed technology

When vegetable growers plant a seed in the field, they’re putting faith in a multi-year development process that is designed to deliver highly specific results, from how long it takes for the seed to grow... more »

Study on genetically engineered crops almost complete

Conclusions from a soon-to-be completed study from the National Academies of Sciences, Engineering and Medicine addressing genetically engineered crops will be published in the spring of 2016. A 20-person, multidisciplinary scientific panel has spent nearly two years... more »

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