Agriculture and Rural Affairs - 04 Jan 2022

Seeds of change

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We’re calling it.

We think China will (finally) approve domestic cultivation of genetically modified (GM) crops this year.

Specifically, domestically-owned GM corn and soybean varieties are likely to get the green light in 2022.

A quick caveat: Technically, China has already approved two G...

Snuh-ohez.

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