ngin - Norfolk Genetic Information Network

6 June 2002


You can link to all the following from this page on Chuck Benbook's exacellent website:

NB items with asterisks haven't been on the NGIN list
*Comments to the Environmental Protection Agency on Monsanto's Application to Register Mon 863 Bt Corn for Control of Corn Rootworms, (229K pdf file) Union of Concerned Scientists and Environmental Defense, Docket # OPP-30509B, May 31, 2002

*Comments on EPA Docket No. OPP-30509B, Application by Monsanto for the Registration of Mon 863 Corn Containing Cry3Bb1, (135K pdf file) Center for Science in the Public Interest (CSPI), May 31, 2002

*Nissan Chemical Industries and Monsanto Company Sign Agreement Regarding Herbicide Business in Japan, PR Newswire, May 30, 2002

*Following E.U. Commission's Approval: FTC Gives the Green Light for Bayer to Acquire Aventis CropScience, Press Release (Excerpt), May 31, 2002

*Russian scientists, U.S.-based Monsanto develop beetle-resistant potato varieties, Associated Press, June 4, 2002

Soil Fertility and Biodiversity in Organic Farming - ABSTRACT, Science, May 31, 2002, Vol 296, page 1694

Swiss Study Finds Organic Farming More Efficient, Reuters, May 31, 2002
Organic Farms Viable Despite Lower Yields, Study Finds; Agriculture: Better soil and energy savings are among the benefits, a 21-year experiment discovers, Los Angeles Times, May 31, 2002

Kernels of Truth, East Bay Express, May 29, 2002

*Kucinich Introduces Bills to Label Genetically Engineered Food and Protect Consumers, Release, May 22, 2002

Summary of Research on the Environmental Impacta of Bt Cotton in China, By Dayuan XUE, Nanjing Institute of Environmental Sciences the State Environmental Protection Administration of China, Published by Greenpeace, June 2002

EU Takes Steps to Require More Labeling for GMOs, by Brandon Mitchener, Staff Reporter of The Wall Street Journal, June 5, 2002

Dispute Over Labeling of Genetically Modified Foods Threatens Billions In Trade, Pew Initiative on Food and Biotechnology, June, 2002

Chinese researcher says genetically altered cotton will lose effectiveness, Associated Press, June 3, 2002

Schmeiser: Monsanto lying about 98 percent of his crop being genetically modified, By Percy Schmeiser, CropChoice guest opinion May 24, 2002

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