Argentina Approves Stacked Genetics

September 4, 2008 07:00 PM
 

Pro Farmer Editors

 

The U.S. ag attache in Argentina says the country enters into a new stage in soybean production after approving the use and commercialization of the first stacked event.

"The introduction of genetically engineered soybeans in the late 1990s sparked a further expansion of soy production, which now surpasses 15 million hectares. Now Argentina enters in a new stage of events after approving the use and commercialization of the first stacked event," says the attache.

Link to full attache report.

 

 

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