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Shoni Schimmel scored 22 points and Monique Reid hit two free throws with 2.6 seconds left to lift fifth-seeded Louisville to a stunning 82-81 upset of top-ranked, defending national champion Baylor on Sunday night in the regional semifinals of the NCAA women’s tournament.
A U.S. Department of Agriculture statement issued Friday marked another step that could fully deregulate Roundup Ready sugar beets, potentially allowing farmers to plant the genetically modified seeds without restriction.
The Dakota Resource Council in North Dakota has joined a lawsuit in California over biotech alfalfa. The lawsuit in federal court in San Francisco challenges the federal government's deregulation of alfalfa that is genetically altered to withstand the popular weed killer Roundup.
American Crystal Sugar's board of directors is meeting Wednesday afternoon and is expected to decide whether to use genetically modified beet seed, called "Roundup ready," again this year, or go back to using "conventional" seed.
Environmental groups failed to show that seed plants for sugar beets genetically modified to withstand the popular weed killer Roundup would cause irreparable harm, a federal appeals court said Friday in overturning an injunction that called for the destruction of the plants.
The organic seed producing organizations who are plaintiffs in the case state that their products — table beets, sugar beets and chard — may be affected by wind blown pollen from the Roundup Ready seed-producing beets. And other plaintiffs claim that overuse of Roundup eventually breeds Roundup-resistant weeds.
Here’s a case where regulators didn’t respond early enough to criticisms that they heard often enough — and that a judge took seriously enough to risk disruption in the supply of a crop that plays a major role in American eating habits.
Some call the common farm weeds a super weed. That's because they're resistant to weed-killing herbicides, such as Monsanto's bio-engineered RoundUp Ready herbicides. The spotlight has recently been on the company, which admits resistance is a growing problem, though one Monsanto official said it can be controlled.
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