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December 1st, 2015 / Harvet Public Media, US

thumb.aspx After the patent on one of the most popular versions of genetically engineered soybeans expired this year, U.S. universities are creating new generic GMO soybean varieties, many of which are designed to guard against specific, local pests. Ninety percent of soybean seeds planted in the U.S. are genetically engineered to withstand herbicides. Often that’s glyphosate, the weed-whacking ingredient in Roundup. Read more