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Risk and Reward for Organic and GM Farmers: A Tale of Two Villages

Here in India, sometimes it’s not the farm, but the forces behind it that make all the difference.

Genetically Modified Canola Has Legs, Study Says

For the first time, a genetically modified (GM) crop has been caught in the wild in the U.S., growing weedlike across roads and parking lots across North Dakota. Cynthia Sagers and colleagues from the University of Arkansas sampled canola plants along 3355 miles (5400 kilometers) of North Dakota road. Out of more than 400 plants…