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Mark Lynas Oxford Lecture on Farming
Mark Lynas on his conversion to supporting GMOs - Oxford Lecture on Farming
21 May 2019
Biotech in your basket Reasons why to embrace genetically engineered produce
Scientists are very good at explaining what it is they do—to other scientists. However, they are notoriously bad at explaining their research to the general publicfnbfnb
16 May 2013 - D. L. V. E.
Record GMO crops in 2012 South Africa
South Africa chalked up a record biotech crop in 2012 of 2.9-million hectares (2.3-million in 2011), with GM in the lead – 5% over the previous year
07 Mar 2013 - H. L.
Agricultural transformation Genetically modified organisms and the future
The Grain SA farmer development team talks about rural farmer development programmes, the issues around mining and farming in Mpumalanga and genetically modified organisms
28 Dec 2012 - J. M. / L. S.
Adapt, don't die Climate change and the profit opportunities in futures trading
Certain economic conditions have led several to hedge in the agriculture commodities field – after all, food remains a fundamental human need not subject to change.
30 Oct 2012 - G. B.




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