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The Brazilian technical biosafety commission, the CTNBio’s, subcommittees have given green lights on two genetically modified products.
The Argentine national seed institute, the Inase, has reported the detection of unapproved genetically modified cotton in Argentina.
UPL seed business Advanta Seeds has launched its proprietary non-genetically modified imidazoline tolerance trait, igrowth, in Argentina.
The Brazilian technical biosafety commission, the CTNBio, has recommended the approval of Syngenta’s stacked genetically modified insect-resistant and herbicide-tolerant (MZIR098) maize for use in food and feed.
The Brazilian technical biosafety commission, the CTNBio, has recommended the commercial approval of Dow Agrosciences’ (part of DowDuPont) genetically modified stacked herbicide-tolerant (DAS81910) cotton.
The Argentine Ministry of Agribusiness has updated the procedures for field trials and of release in greenhouses of genetically modified organisms.
The Burkina Faso government has approved the release of genetically modified mosquitoes for the control of malaria.
The European Food Safety Authority (EFSA) has confirmed that previous positive safety conclusions for a genetically modified soybean line and a GM carnation are not changed by new nucleic acid sequencing data and updated bioinformatics information.
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