As a profusion of biotechnology products is expected over the next five to 10 years, ag agencies involved in regulating biotechnology products should increase their scientific capabilities, tools, and expertise in key areas of expected growth.
Humans have been tinkering with genes for as long we know. It’s why we have edible bananas instead of bulbous things with hard seeds, or corn that looks like corn and not grass. Read moreRead More »
With today’s genetic weed-fighting seed technologies and new formulations of old active ingredients, there’s an almost bewildering array of parameters growers must follow to abide by label requirements and minimize risk of damaging their crops or those of others. Read moreRead More »