Precision gene editing in plants is a way for scientists and researchers to increase nutritional value and decrease susceptibility to diseases. Plant breeders want all the tools in the tool box to make quick efficient changes, and gene editing is another instrument.
Farm Bill Update – The U.S. Senate Committee on Agriculture, Nutrition, and Forestry is now accepting public input on the next Farm Bill until March 2, 2017. Comments Due By: March 2, 2017 Web site: Source: The U.S. Senate Committee on Agriculture, Nutrition, and Forestry Comment Form is available at[…]Read More »
Three common active ingredients planted on millions of acres—pyrethroids, chlorpyrifos and atrazine—are currently under, have recently emerged from review or will be entering the process soon. Read moreRead More »