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A new Syngenta Biotechnology facility expanding Syngenta’s biotechnology research and development operation possibly could be... Read more.
Grassroots Biotechnology, based at Durham, N.C., was purchased by Monsanto through a quiet acquisition agreement... Read more.
The city of West, Texas, has filed a lawsuit against the owner of the fertilizer plant that exploded... Read more.
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Killing bees by the use of insecticides drives environmentalists crazy, and all the concern about... Read more.
Reports are that as the June 27 senatorial hearing about the West, Texas, fertilizer explosion is... Read more.
It has to be a good feeling to make a decision to sell farmland and have it bring in $10,916,000 at... Read more.
The Federal Bureau of Investigation is trying to solve who destroyed fields of genetically modified... Read more.
Two months after the explosion at a fertilizer facility in West, Texas, state officials told lawmakers... Read more.
Although Indiana Governor Mike Pence withdrew state incentives for a proposed fertilizer plant in the... Read more.
A field trial for genetically modified wheat designed to repel aphids has been approved to continue... Read more.
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