Just like there’s no such thing as the boogeyman, there’s also no such thing as GMO sugar—but public misconception about genetically modified food could be cause for concern for sugarbeet producers.
Oregon lawmakers heard a clear message from farmers who oppose local government restrictions what seeds they can use.
Improved sugarbeet prices and agronomics as well as emerging industrial uses for sugar may justify major expansion of the crop as well as new processing in southwestern Ontario, Ontario Sugar Beet Growers’ Association President Mark Lumley said.
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