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Roundup is finally going to be made without glyphosate in the US
A litany of studies and lawsuits claim that the herbicide's main ingredient is carcinogenic, even as some agencies insist it isn't.
Brazilian farmers owe Monsanto $7.7 billion, court rules
The latest lawsuit shows just how complex—and onerous—Monsanto’s patent rights are.
How worried should we be that glyphosate was found in our Cheerios?
It depends on which scientific organization—or advocacy group—you ask.
A chemical meant to save plants is actually killing them—and it’s spreading
Dicamba drift blues.
Readers Respond To Our July 2014 Feature About GMOs
A breakdown of the feedback from readers like you on our recent coverage of genetically modified organisms.
Pests Are Developing Resistance to Monsanto’s Engineered Supercorn
Some consumers may have a problem with genetically modified food crops, but in at least one case described in an … Continued
USDA Won’t Regulate Genetically Modified Grass, Sparking Superweed Worries
Gene gun use circumvents USDA oversight
Government Says Biotech Companies Can Be Their Own Safety Testers
Letting the fox guard the henhouse?
Atomic Gardens, the Biotechnology of the Past, Can Teach Lessons About the Future of Farming
When radioactive tomatoes were the crop of the future
One Billion Hectares Worldwide Have Now Been Planted With Genetically Modified Crops
That's more than the land mass of the United States