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Food: In order to protect the Mediterranean diet, the EU must embrace agricultural innovation

Robert D. Cobb, The Inscriber Magazine, November 2022

Food: In order to protect the Mediterranean diet, the EU must embrace agricultural innovation (theinscribermag.com)

The Evolution of Plant Breeding

Seed World, November 2022

The Evolution of Plant Breeding - Seed World

 

Big food companies commit to 'regenerative agriculture' but skepticism remains

NPR, November 2022

Food corporations commit to more sustainable farming before climate meeting : NPR

Mood shifts on gene-edited crops as droughts and wars bite

Financial Times, November 2022

Mood shifts on gene-edited crops as droughts and wars bite | Financial Times

Share the Big Picture to Move Ag Policy Forward

Seed World, November 2022

Share the Big Picture to Move Ag Policy Forward - Seed World

The product, not the process

Ralph Pearce, Country Guide, November 2022

The product, not the process - Country Guide (country-guide.ca)

Technology Feeds Sustainable Agriculture

Information Week, November 2022

Technology Feeds Sustainable Agriculture (informationweek.com)

Innovation Will Help Farmers Feed a World of 8 Billion and Counting

Gurjeet Singh Mann, November 2022

Innovation Will Help Farmers Feed a World of 8 Billion and Counting – Global Farmer Network®

 

Why Are Farmers Defying Bans to Cultivate GM Crops?

Vijay Jayaraj, American Thinker, November 2022

Why Are Farmers Defying Bans to Cultivate GM Crops? - American Thinker

 

The Industry Complex (Part 2): The Hate Industry

David Zaruk, The Risk-Monger, November 2022

The Industry Complex (Part 2): The Hate Industry – The Risk-Monger

 

As Carbon Dioxide Goes Up, Plants’ Nutrient Content Declines

Dan Robitzki, The Scientist, November 2022

As Carbon Dioxide Goes Up, Plants’ Nutrient Content Declines | The Scientist Magazine® (the-scientist.com)

Not following the science

Andy Jobman, Lincoln Journal Star, November 2022

Local View: Not following the science (journalstar.com)

Regenerative Rules: Why we need to move from organic to regenerative agriculture

Anand Swaroop, Nutritional Outlook, October 2022

Regenerative Rules: Why we need to move from organic to regenerative agriculture (nutritionaloutlook.com)

Global Food Insecurity – The Danger of Misguided Food Production Policies: The Case of Sri Lanka

Paul Teng, Jose Ma. Luis P. Montesclaros, RSIS, October 2022

Global Food Insecurity – The Danger of Misguided Food Production Policies: The Case of Sri Lanka - RSIS

Kenya’s decision to open the door to GM maize is a good omen

Wandile Sihlobo, Agricultural Economics Today, October 2022

Kenya’s decision to open the door to GM maize is a good omen | Wandile Sihlobo

Philippines approves cultivation of Bt brinjal

Hindustan Times, October 2022

Philippines approves cultivation of Bt brinjal | Latest News Delhi - Hindustan Times

From Pitless Cherries to Softer Kale, This Startup Is Using CRISPR to Make Better Produce

Singularity Hub, October 2022

From Pitless Cherries to Softer Kale, This Startup Is Using CRISPR to Make Better Produce (singularityhub.com)

 

Engineered duckweed could be a more sustainable source of biofuel

New Atlas, October 2022

Engineered duckweed could be a more sustainable source of biofuel (newatlas.com)

When Green idealism fails to yield

Trevor Whittington, Australian Rural & Regional News, October 2022

When Green idealism fails to yield I Australian Rural & Regional News (arr.news)

 

Future food depends on the cutting edge

Caitlyn Byrt, The Print, October 2022

Future food depends on the cutting edge – ThePrint – PTIFeed

Is the stigma of ‘frankenfood’ lifting? Investigating attitudes to GMOs, genetic engineering and synbio in food

Food Navigator, October 2022

Attitudes to GMOs and genetic engineering in food (foodnavigator.com)

Plants’ carbon role not to be ignored

Stuart Smyth, The Western Producer, October 2022

Plants’ carbon role not to be ignored | The Western Producer

CRISPR gene editing: a key tool for counteracting climate change

Labiotech, October 2022

CRISPR: Caszyme's key weapon against climate change (labiotech.eu)

What is natural food?

Grace Galler, New Food, October 2022

What is natural food? (newfoodmagazine.com)

Science, innovation and incentives will transform global diets and food systems

Tom Adams, AgriPulse, October 2022

Opinion: Science, innovation and incentives will transform global diets and food systems | Agri-Pulse Communications, Inc.

Country takes great strides in food security

Li Guoxiang, China Daily, October 2022

Country takes great strides in food security - Chinadaily.com.cn

Ten Regulatory Steps for a Sustainable Intensification of Agriculture

David Zaruk, The Risk-Monger, October 2022

Ten Regulatory Steps for a Sustainable Intensification of Agriculture – The Risk-Monger

Is organic farming really better than conventional farming?

Giovanni Cagnano, European Seed, October 2022

Is Organic Farming Really Better Than Conventional Farming? (european-seed.com)

 

Chemical exposure - benefit vs. risk

Michael Dourson, Mansfield News Journal, October 2022

Use of chemicals should be determined by benefit vs. risk (mansfieldnewsjournal.com)

 

Greens/EFA Report goes after plant researchers and EU organizations. It fails

Emil Panzaru, European Scientist, October 2022

Greens/EFA Report goes after plant researchers and EU organizations. It fails (europeanscientist.com)

State Of The Union Address Highlights Flawed EU Approach To Food Crisis

London Globe, September 2022

State of the Union address highlights flawed EU approach to food crisis - London Globe (london-globe.com)

Purple tomatoes herald a new era for GM food

Sunday Times, September 2022

Purple tomatoes herald a new era for GM food | Business | The Sunday Times (thetimes.co.uk)

Liz Truss must ditch the anti-farming lobby

Sir James Dyson, The Telegraph, September 2022

Liz Truss must ditch the anti-farming lobby (telegraph.co.uk)

A debate beyond conventional versus organic

Richard Smoley, Produce Blue Book, September 2022

A debate beyond conventional versus organic – Produce Blue Book

Regenerative Agriculture Doesn't Have to Be Contentious

Shane Thomas, Upstream Ag Insights, September 2022

Regenerative Agriculture Doesn't Have to Be Contentious (substack.com)

Agricultural Research and Development: How to Grow Enough Food for Everyone With the Least Carbon Emissions

The Breakthrough Institute, September 2022

Agricultural Research and Development: How to Grow Enough Food for… (thebreakthrough.org)

Time to reopen the GE in agriculture debate

Dr Jacqueline Rowarth, The Country, 20 September 2022

Dr Jacqueline Rowarth: Time to reopen the GE in agriculture debate - NZ Herald

Who’s Afraid of Gene-Edited Crops?

Emma Kovak, Foreign Policy, September 2022

The World Needs More Gene-Edited Crops (foreignpolicy.com)

Eating insects can be good for the planet – Europeans should eat more of them

Peter Alexander, The Conversation, September 2022

Eating insects can be good for the planet – Europeans should eat more of them (theconversation.com)

Europe sows seeds for sustainable farming revolution, but will they grow?

Angeli Mehta, Reuters, September 2022

Europe sows seeds for sustainable farming revolution, but will they grow? | Reuters

Farming voice has been lost in new Scots ‘ag bill’ proposals

Colin Ferguson, Farmers Weekly, September 2022

Opinion: Farming voice has been lost in new Scots 'ag bill' proposals - Farmers Weekly (fwi.co.uk)

 

Major shifts coming in GMO crops

Richard Smoley, Produce Blue Book, September 2022 

Major shifts coming in GMO crops – Produce Blue Book

Follow the science

Ruaraidh Gilmour, Holyrood, September 2022

Follow the science (holyrood.com)

Europe’s Drought Might Force Acceptance of Gene-Edited Crops

Wired, September 2022

Europe’s Drought Might Force Acceptance of Gene-Edited Crops | WIRED UK

We need to change how we think about world hunger

Bill Gates, Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, September 2022

Goalkeepers | 2022 Report (gatesfoundation.org)

Starting a Revolution Isn’t Enough

Jennifer E. Doudna, The Atlantic, September 2022

Starting a CRISPR Revolution Isn't Enough - The Atlantic

High-yield heroes should be championed

Chris Bennett, Farmers Weekly, September 2022

Chris Bennett: High-yield heroes should be championed - Farmers Weekly (fwi.co.uk)

Indoor farming and the pink elephant

Colinda de Beer, Innovation Origins, September 2022

Indoor farming and the pink elephant - Innovation Origins

The long, leguminous quest to give crops nitrogen superpowers

Matt Simon, Grist, September 2022

The long, leguminous quest to give crops nitrogen superpowers | Grist

 

Researchers just made it easier—and cheaper—to confuse crop pests

Erik Stokstad, Science, September 2022

Researchers just made it easier—and cheaper—to confuse crop pests | Science | AAAS

Something in the air

Johnathan Napier, Nature Sustainability, September 2022

Something in the air | Nature Sustainability

The big problem with organic farming is it cannot produce enough food to feed the world’s population

William Reville, The Irish Times, September 2022

William Reville - The Irish Times

Why Greens Can't Keep Angry Farmers Down on the Farm, in the Netherlands or Globally

Michael Shellenberger, Real Clear Investigations, August 2022

Why Greens Can't Keep Angry Farmers Down on the Farm, in the Netherlands or Globally | RealClearInvestigations

'Swarm of innovation' will be needed to feed future world

NZ Herald, August 2022

Agribusiness and Trade: 'Swarm of innovation' will be needed to feed future world - NZ Herald

The power of genetics and environment in indoor agriculture

Vonnie Estes, AFN, August 2022

The power of genetics and environment in indoor agriculture - AFN (agfundernews.com)

A reflection on global food security challenges amid the war in Ukraine and the early impact of climate change

McKinsey & Company, August 2022

Global food security: New risks and disruptions | McKinsey

Improving Food Production One Spray at a Time

AlphaBio Control, August 2022

Improving Food Production One Spray at a Time - AlphaBio Control

Plant Biotech, the Underrated and Underfunded Environmental Tool

Emma Kovak, The Breakthrough Institute, August 2022

Plant Biotech, the Underrated and… | The Breakthrough Institute

Has Sri Lanka finally learned its lesson on emotional vs. evidence-based agri policies?

Dr Roshan Rajadurai, The Morning, August 2022

Has Sri Lanka finally learned its lesson on emotional vs. evidence-based agri policies? - The Morning - Sri Lanka News

Science has made a new genetic revolution possible. Now let it flourish

The Economist, August 2022

Science has made a new genetic revolution possible | The Economist

New prime minister must put rocket up Defra’s backside

David Richardson, Farmers Weekly, August 2022

Opinion: New prime minister must put rocket up Defra’s backside - Farmers Weekly (fwi.co.uk)

Making agriculture greener

MIT Technology Review, August 2022

Making agriculture greener | MIT Technology Review

How Agrigenomics Can Help Address Climate Change

Val Giddings, ITIF, August 2022

How Agrigenomics Can Help Address Climate Change | ITIF

 

Environmental activist irony: Anti-chemical campaigners end up promoting higher food prices with few farming or health benefits

Stuart Smyth, Genetic Literacy Project, August 2022

Environmental activist irony: Anti-chemical campaigners end up promoting higher food prices with few farming or health benefits - Genetic Literacy Project

Mexican Farming Can Transition to be More Resilient with Technology

Guillermo Breton, Global Farmer Network, August 2022

Mexican Farming Can Transition to be More Resilient With Technology – Global Farmer Network®

 

How and why gene editing faces fewer global regulations than GMOs

Steven Cerier, Genetic Literacy Project, August 2022

How and why gene editing faces fewer global regulations than GMOs - Genetic Literacy Project

We Are Asking For More Than Food From Our Farms. A New Cropping Option May Help Meet The Demand

Steven Savage, Forbes, 17 August 2022

We Are Asking For More Than Food From Our Farms. A New Cropping Option May Help Meet The Demand (forbes.com)

Meet the scientists ‘unlocking the genetic potential’ of wheat to boost global food security

Food Navigator, August 2022

https://www.foodnavigator.com/Article/2022/08/18/Meet-the-scientists-unlocking-the-genetic-potential-of-wheat-to-boost-global-food-security#

Turn of the tide? The Guardian puts organic farming on blast

Amanda Zaluckyj, The Farmers Daughter USA, AgDaily, August 2022

Turn of the tide? The Guardian puts organic farming on blast | AGDAILY

The hunt for more sustainable agriculture

Prof Robert Henry, New Food Magazine, August 2022

The hunt for more sustainable agriculture; a macadamia case study (newfoodmagazine.com)

Her Discovery Changed the World. How Does She Think We Should Use It?

New York Times, August 2022

Her Discovery Changed the World. How Does She Think We Should Use It? - The New York Times (nytimes.com)

Betting on agriculture, research to battle inflation and climate change

Owen Roberts, Observer, August 2022

Betting on agriculture, research to battle inflation and climate change (observerxtra.com)

Weed’s “superpower” could help feed the planet

Freethink, August 2022

Weed's "superpower" could help feed the planet (freethink.com)

Ill-Conceived Schemes Contribute to Higher Global Food Prices

Nick Giordano, Pork Business, August 2022

Ill-Conceived Schemes Contribute to Higher Global Food Prices | Pork Business

The Green War on Dutch Farmers Should Concern Everybody

James Bascom, American Thinker, August 2022

The Green War on Dutch Farmers Should Concern Everybody - American Thinker

 

Preventing late blight with GMO potatoes could ease food insecurity

Dave Douches, Michigan Farmer, August 2022

Preventing late blight with GMO potatoes could ease food insecurity (farmprogress.com)

Agenda: Taking big steps toward greater food security

Professor Wayne Powell, The Herald, August 2022

Agenda: Taking big steps toward greater food security | HeraldScotland

A New Green Revolution Is in the Offing

Ronald Bailey, Reason, August 2022

New green revolution ushered in by crop biotech breakthroughs (reason.com)

How to grow cereal crops with less fertiliser, and save money

Open Access Government, August 2022

How to grow cereal crops with less fertiliser, and save money (openaccessgovernment.org)

EU’s ‘Farm to Fork’ Must Adapt to Harsh Realities of War and Drought

Thomas Anderson, International Policy Digest, August 2022

EU’s ‘Farm to Fork’ Must Adapt to Harsh Realities of War and Drought (intpolicydigest.org)

Government leaders, take note: Limit the tools of modern agriculture at your own peril

Gary Baise, Farm Progress, August 2022

Sri Lanka, the Netherlands – are we next? (farmprogress.com)

Checking in on the Bees

Bill Wirtz, Inside Sources, August 2022

Checking In on the Bees – InsideSources

Need for scientific approach for food shortage

Michael J Ssali, Monitor, August 2022

Need for scientific approach for food shortage | Monitor

Science will be the critical challenge for those in politics

Paul Temple, Farmers Guardian, August 2022

Farmers Guardian - Blogs - Farming Matters: Paul Temple - Science will be the critical challenge for those in politics (fginsight.com)

Science or Suspicion: Which Dictates Gene Editing’s Future?

Garland West, Dirt to Dinner, August 2022

Science or Suspicion: Which Dictates Gene Editing's Future? - Dirt to Dinner (dirt-to-dinner.com)

Charlebois: Canadian farming is losing battle to urban politics

Sylvain Charlebois, MSN, August 2022

Charlebois: Canadian farming is losing battle to urban politics (msn.com)

The Food Conundrum: Can Regenerative Agriculture Feed The World?

Garvin Jabusch, Seeking Alpha, July 2022

The Food Conundrum: Can Regenerative Agriculture Feed The World? | Seeking Alpha

These farmers are fighting for us all

Brendan O’Neil, Spiked, July 2022

These farmers are fighting for us all - spiked (spiked-online.com)

The All-Natural Death of Sri Lanka

Torben Halbe, Townhall, July 2022

The All-Natural Death of Sri Lanka (townhall.com)

Man-made Disaster in Sri Lanka Could Have Been Avoided

V. Ravichandran, Global Farmer Network, July 2022

The Man-made Disaster in Sri Lanka Could Have Been Avoided – Global Farmer Network®

The future of meat is sustainable — and a little weird

Kristin Houser, Freethink, July 2022

The future of meat is sustainable — and a little weird (freethink.com)

Get Ready For An Explosion Of Productivity In Biotechnology

Eben Bayer, Forbes, July 2022

Get Ready For An Explosion Of Productivity In Biotechnology (forbes.com)

New Breeding Innovations to Make a Food-Secure World

Clement Dionglay, ISAAA, July 2022

New Breeding Innovations to Make a Food-Secure World | Science Speaks - ISAAA.org

Sri Lanka Is a Wake-Up Call for Eco-Utopians

Human Progress, July 2022

Sri Lanka Is a Wake-Up Call for Eco-Utopians - HumanProgress

Measuring What Matters

The Breakthrough Institute, July 2022

Measuring What Matters | The Breakthrough Institute

The High Costs of Organic Farming

Saloni Shah, The Breakthrough Institute, July 2022

The High Costs of Organic Farming | The Breakthrough Institute

Anti-GMO advocates are losing ground

Steven E. Cerier, Genetic Literacy Project, July 2022

Viewpoint: Anti-GMO advocates are losing ground - Genetic Literacy Project

Maci Mueller: Pioneering revolutionary changes in livestock breeding through gene editing

Joan Conrow, Alliance for Science, July 2022

Maci Mueller: Pioneering revolutionary changes in livestock breeding through gene editing - Alliance for Science (cornell.edu)

Vandana Shiva and the Seeds of the Sri Lankan Farming Disaster

Myles Power, July 2022

Vandana Shiva and the Seeds of the Sri Lankan Farming Disaster – Myles Power

The case for regen ag is more emotion than analysis

David Richardson, Farmers Weekly, July 2022

Opinion: The case for regen ag is more emotion than analysis - Farmers Weekly (fwi.co.uk)

Will Green Policies Start a New Worldwide Famine?

Richard W. Rahn, The Washington Times, July 2022

Will green policies start a new worldwide famine? - Washington Times

Eco-extremism has brought Sri Lanka to its knees

Matt Ridley, The Telegraph, July 2022

Eco-extremism has brought Sri Lanka to its knees (telegraph.co.uk)

When it Comes to Food Safety, 'Organic’ Can Be a Risky Business

Henry I. Miller and Kathleen L. Hefferon, Real Clear Science, July 2022

When it Comes to Food Safety, 'Organic’ Can Be a Risky Business | RealClearScience

Sri Lanka and the global revolt against the laptop elites

Brendan O’Neill, Spiked, July 2022

Sri Lanka and the global revolt against the laptop elites - spiked (spiked-online.com)

Opinion: Reverting arable land to grass or trees is folly

Guy Smith, Farmers Weekly, July 2022

Opinion: Reverting arable land to grass or trees is folly - Farmers Weekly (fwi.co.uk)

My first boss: Meet the ex-army captain behind the UK's ambitious farm of the future

Yahoo Finance, July 2022

The ex-army captain behind UK's ambitious farm of the future (yahoo.com)

Can we hack DNA in plants to help fight climate change?

National Geographic, July 2022

Can we hack DNA in plants to help fight climate change? (nationalgeographic.com)

Anti-GMO Groups Deflect Blame For Sri Lanka's Organic-Only Disaster

Cameron English, American Council on Science & Health, July 2022

Anti-GMO Groups Deflect Blame For Sri Lanka's Organic-Only Disaster | American Council on Science and Health (acsh.org)

We Must Learn to Love Genetically Modified Crops

Amanda Little, The Washington Post, July 2022

We Must Learn to Love Genetically Modified Crops - The Washington Post

World at serious risk of a food access crisis now and a food availability crisis next season

ReliefWeb, July 2022

World at serious risk of a food access crisis now and a food availability crisis next season - World | ReliefWeb

Explained: How engineered crops can fight climate change

World Economic Forum, July 2022

Explained: how engineered crops can fight climate change | World Economic Forum (weforum.org)

British tech can solve the world’s food crises

George Eustice, The Telegraph, July 2022

British tech can solve the world’s food crises (telegraph.co.uk)

Steven Chu calls for a Fourth Agricultural Revolution

Forbes, June 2022

Steven Chu Calls For A Fourth Agricultural Revolution (forbes.com)

Do agri-businesses ‘control’ agriculture? The emerging gene-editing revolution in Latin America is challenging that belief

Luis Ventura, Genetic Literacy Project, June 2022

Do agri-businesses ‘control’ agriculture? The emerging gene-editing revolution in Latin America is challenging that belief - Genetic Literacy Project

London's response to the food crisis lags behind Brussels – so whither the Brexit bonus?

Gordon Davidson, The Scottish Farmer, June 2022

London's response to the food crisis lags behind Brussels – so whither the Brexit bonus? | The Scottish Farmer

Opinion: The time has come to recruit a minister for food security

Colin Raynor, Farmers Weekly, June 2022

Opinion: The time has come to recruit a minister for food security - Farmers Weekly (fwi.co.uk)

The Truth About Organic Farming

Bill Wirtz, Inside Sources, June 2022

The Truth About Organic Farming – InsideSources

Meat, Milk From Gene-Edited Cows Safe To Eat? New Study Says 'Yes'

Cameron English, American Council on Science and Health, June 2022

Meat, Milk From Gene-Edited Cows Safe to Eat? New Study Says 'Yes' | American Council on Science and Health (acsh.org)

Battlefields of knowledge: how Britain’s coming debates over food and agriculture will play out

Antony So, CapX, June 2022

Battlefields of knowledge: how Britain’s coming debates over food and agriculture will play out - CapX

The future for sustainable agriculture does not lie in turning back the clock. It must be rooted in science

Julian Sturdy MP, AgFunder News, June 2022

The future for UK sustainable agriculture does not lie in turning back clock (agfundernews.com)

Logical Fallacies Bootcamp: Appeal to Nature

Witgren for Truth Sandwiches, Daily Kos, June 2022  

Logical Fallacies Bootcamp: Appeal to Nature (dailykos.com)

New research confirms that GM corn is safe for beneficial insects

Joan Conrow, Alliance for Science, June 2022

New research confirms that GM corn is safe for beneficial insects - Alliance for Science (cornell.edu)

Biotechnology vs. Agroecology: Towards a win-win strategy for food security

Henry Lutaaya, The Sunrise, June 2022

Biotechnology vs Agroecology; Towards a win-win strategy for food security – Sunrise

Europe must back agricultural innovation to help alleviate looming food crisis

Nicholas Waller, New Europe, June 2022

Europe must back agricultural innovation to help alleviate looming food crisis | New Europe

UK’s move on gene-edited crops is a step forward – but consumer perceptions need to shift

Mark Tufnell, The Grocer, June 2022

UK’s move on gene-edited crops is a step forward – but consumer perceptions need to shift | Comment & Opinion | The Grocer

Definitions matter

The Risk-Monger, Blog, June 2022

Definitions matter – The Risk-Monger

The case for genetically edited food

Dr Jacqueline Rowarth, NZ Herald, May 2022

Dr Jacqueline Rowarth: The case for genetically edited food - NZ Herald

In Defense Of Britain's CRISPR, Vitamin-D Fortified Tomato

Cameron English, American Council on Science and Health, May 2022

In Defense Of Britain's CRISPR, Vitamin-D Fortified Tomato | American Council on Science and Health (acsh.org)

Fields of research that’s now more vital than ever

Colin Campbell, James Hutton Institute, May 2022

Fields of research that's now more vital than ever | The James Hutton Institute

Britain finally relaxes GMO rules, but advocates want more deregulation

Baylen Linnekin, Reason, May 2022

Britain Finally Relaxes GMO Rules, but Advocates Want More Deregulation (reason.com)

Gene editing is the key to getting cheaper, greener food

Joshua Marks, CapX, May 2022

Gene editing is the key to getting cheaper, greener food - CapX

Time for Scotland to rethink policy on gene-editing

Andrew Arbuckle, The Scotsman, May 2022

Farming: Time for Scotland to rethink policy on gene-editing - Andrew Arbuckle | The Scotsman

The reinvention of agriculture

Steve Cerier, Genetic Literacy Project, May 2022

The reinvention of agriculture - Genetic Literacy Project

GM crops aren’t a threat to Scotland – we’ll suffer without them

Gemma Mackie, Press and Journal, May 2022

Gemma Mackie: Scotland will suffer without GM crops (pressandjournal.co.uk)

Go organic and the poorest will suffer the consequences

Dominic Lawson, The Sunday Times, May 2022

Go organic and the poorest will suffer the consequences | Comment | The Sunday Times (thetimes.co.uk)

The Observer view on reforming the restrictions on GM foods

Editorial, The Observer, May 2022

The Observer view on reforming the restrictions on GM foods | Observer editorial | The Guardian

Our future lies in the genes

Ken Fletcher, The Scottish Farmer, May 2022

Our future lies in the genes | The Scottish Farmer

Global wheat crop likely to fall for first time in four years, US forecasts

Global wheat crop likely to fall for first time in four years, US forecasts | Financial Times (ft.com)

Scottish farm leaders renew plea for access to gene editing

Scottish farm leaders renew plea for access to gene editing (pressandjournal.co.uk)

Scottish Government must lift GM crop ban to ease cost of living crisis

Struan Stevenson, Press and Journal, May 2022

Struan Stevenson: Scotland must lift GM crop ban to ease cost of living crisis (pressandjournal.co.uk)

Stop organic farming to help future food crisis, says Syngenta boss

Stop organic farming to help future food crisis, says Syngenta boss - SWI swissinfo.ch

Ukraine Crisis Reveals the Folly of Organic Farming

Bjorn Lomborg, Wall Street Journal, May 2022

Ukraine Crisis Reveals the Folly of Organic Farming - WSJ

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