Opinion: Genetically modified crops are tools of sustainability | Agri-Pulse Communications, Inc.

In this opinion piece, Jake Leguee, a Canadian producer and member of the Global Farmer Network, discusses the HB4 wheat (Bioceres) approval and what that could mean for wheat farmers globally.
— Read on www.agri-pulse.com/articles/17024-opinion-genetically-modified-crops-are-tools-of-sustainability

High-Iron Wheat Awaits Approval for Field Trials in the UK- Crop Biotech Update (January 5, 2022) | ISAAA.org

High-Iron Wheat Awaits Approval for Field Trials in the UK- Crop Biotech Update (January 5, 2022) | ISAAA.org
— Read on www.isaaa.org/kc/cropbiotechupdate/article/default.asp

Brazil approves transgenic drought-tolerant wheat – Genetic Literacy Project

The Brazilian government has approved the drought-tolerant transgenic wheat, HB4, developed by the Argentine firm Bioceres, for sale as flour. It is an
— Read on geneticliteracyproject.org/2021/11/15/brazil-approves-transgenic-drought-tolerant-wheat/

A human protein genetically engineered into wheat plants increases yields by 50%. Is this dramatic tweak replicable? – Genetic Literacy Project

It’s not enough to grow more food—humanity needs to grow more efficiently. With an eye toward feeding the world’s growing population in a sustainable way,
— Read on geneticliteracyproject.org/2021/08/31/a-human-protein-genetically-engineered-into-wheat-plants-increases-yields-by-50-is-this-dramatic-tweak-replicable/

CRISPR gene-edited wheat with lower carcinogenic acrylamide levels when toasted greenlighted for UK field trials – Genetic Literacy Project

— Read on geneticliteracyproject.org/2021/09/10/crispr-gene-edited-wheat-with-lower-carcinogenic-acrylamide-levels-when-toasted-greenlighted-for-uk-field-trials/

‘Climate-resilient’ wheat may provide sustainable fiber source, promote gut health | Genetic Literacy Project

Some new crop varieties are bred to be more nutritious. Others are more resilient, bred to tolerate harsher environmental conditions. In a new study,
— Read on geneticliteracyproject.org/2020/04/16/climate-resilient-wheat-may-provide-sustainable-fiber-source-promote-gut-health/