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BUENOS AIRES, Aug 29- Argentine farmers expect China to soon approve their one remaining variety of genetically modified corn yet to be certified for import by the commodities-hungry Asian country.
Aug 28- Researchers in the key corn-growing state of Illinois are finding significant damage from rootworms in farm fields planted in a rotation with a genetically modified corn, a combination of measures that are supposed to protect the crop from the pests, according to a new report.
Aug 28- Researchers in the key corn-growing state of Illinois are finding significant damage from rootworms in farm fields planted in a rotation with a genetically modified corn that is supposed to protect the crop from the pests, according to a new report.
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*Monsanto agrees to lower price if lawsuit dropped. *Monsanto's Intacta seeds to be planted in 8 pct of Brazil fields. SAO PAULO, Aug 9- Brazil's largest soybean cooperative, Aprosoja, has decided to drop a lawsuit against U.S.-based Monsanto and is encouraging farmers to sign agreements with the seed giant, the group's lawyer said on Friday.
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July 31- U.S. chemical and seed company DuPont said on Wednesday it completed its three-year effort to buy a majority stake in South Africa's largest seed company, overcoming that country's stiff opposition to the foreign ownership with pledges to keep a rein on pricing and to aid small South African farmers.
In an effort to clean up the image of genetically modified crops, major seed and crop science companies launched GMOAnswers.com to answer questions about so-called GMOs.
July 29- U.S. government investigators said on Monday they still have few answers as to how an unapproved genetically altered wheat developed by Monsanto was found this spring growing in an Oregon farm field, but said no further contamination has been detected and no biotech wheat appears to be in commercial supplies.
DuPont chief Ellen Kullman is being tight-lipped about Nelson Peltz's investment in the company, telling CNBC she had not spoken with the activist investor.
July 23- DuPont is exploring the sale of its once-lucrative performance chemicals unit, turning its back on the unpredictable paint business to focus on its thriving food and agriculture products.
BRUSSELS, July 18- Monsanto said on Thursday it would invest heavily in its European seed business in the coming years in order to boost sales of its other products after it abandoned development of genetically modified crops in the European Union.
NEW YORK, July 17- Trian Fund Management, headed by Nelson Peltz, has amassed a "big stake" in chemicals maker DuPont, CNBC said on Wednesday. Shares of DuPont rose 4.8 percent on the news of Trian's stake.
*Monsanto to focus on conventional seed business in Europe. BRUSSELS, July 17- Monsanto Co said on Wednesday it will withdraw all pending approval requests to grow new types of genetically modified crops in the European Union, due to the lack of commercial prospects for cultivation there.
BRUSSELS, July 17- Monsanto Co said on Wednesday it will withdraw all pending approval requests to grow new types of genetically modified crops in the European Union, due to the lack of commercial prospects for the technology there.
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June 28- Monsanto Co's unapproved, experimental genetically engineered wheat, which is feared to have potentially contaminated U.S. wheat supplies after it was found growing in an Oregon field this spring, was kept in a U.S. government storage facility until at least late 2011, according to documents obtained by Reuters.