Soy growers seek access to new traits without trade disruptions
Soybean farmers are hoping to gain support for an idea that would give farmers access to new biotech seed products approved in the United States but not in key export markets.
A global policy allowing for the low-level presence of biotech traits that are fully approved in the U.S. or another market, but not yet approved in an export market, would help avoid trade disruptions, American Soybean Association (ASA) Chairman Ray Gaesser said at the recent Commodity Classic...
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