July/August

Low-allergen, non-GMO soybean could have high impact

Scientists from the UA and University of Illinois have created a new variety of low-allergenic soybean, and it could have an impact on baby formula and animal feed.

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Consumer attitudes expert: “GMO concerns are here to stay”

Number of new non-GMO products grew 262 percent from 2012 to 2014

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Prairie Hybrids becomes go-to source for non-GMO seed

Gilbert Hostetler clearly remembers when his grandfather, H.W. Hostetler, who founded Prairie Hybrids seed company, turned away from GMO agriculture.

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Grain suppliers express mixed views on USDA non-GMO program

Lack of a non-GMO standard cited as program’s weakness

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The Carbon Underground brings down-to-earth solution to climate change

Non-profit promotes healthy soils produced through organic agriculture as solution to climate crisis

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