After years of development, protest and regulatory red tape, the first genetically modified, non-browning apples will soon go on sale in the United States.
Early this week Syngenta announced that it and Adama Agricultural Solutions Ltd have entered an agreement with Nufarm to sell a portfolio of crop protection products for $490 million. Read moreRead More »
“In the early years, most of our effort was really geared toward grower traits — yield, degree of netting, size, shape, maturity. That was really where the early genetic improvement was being made,” says melon breeder Bill Copes, in the demonstration garden of the international seed company HM Clause in[…]Read More »