The majority of the soybeans grown in the United States are from seeds that have been enhanced through biotechnology. And this science has allowed U.S. soybean farmers to grow more crops on fewer acres using fewer resources. The need to understand biotech’s positive impact on agriculture has never been more important, so it’s smart for U.S. soybean farmers to stay up-to-date on this critical topic.
While U.S. soybean exports hit record levels last year, the soy industry has no plans of getting complacent. Although U.S. soybean exports to Europe have tripled in the past year, Europe is still viewed as
Mark Lynas receives a lot of hate mail. But the former anti-GMO activist, who recently announced he changed his views and now supports biotechnology, says he’s not inclined to give in to the bullies. We
Farmers from three continents recently agreed that approvals on key traits developed with biotechnology will be just as important as increased yields in meeting increasing global demand. Farmers can do their part in helping to
U.S. soybean farmers depend on international biotechnology acceptance in order to keep markets open for U.S. soy. So when China, the U.S. soy industry’s largest international customer, is hesitant to approve new traits, the soy
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