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The Newsroom provides links to interesting articles on issues relevant to the plant science industry. A link does not necessarily indicate an endorsement.

Russian wheat aphid dying out after record rainfall in south-eastern Australia

Russian wheat aphid dying out after record rainfall in south-eastern Australia

Monday, 17 October 2016

State moratoriums on growing genetically modified crops should be phased out, according to a parliamentary committee report into agricultural innovation released last week. CropLife Australia chief executive Matthew Cossey said GM crop moratoriums in Tasmania and South Australia had not delivered a...

Russian wheat aphid dying out after record rainfall in south-eastern Australia

Russian wheat aphid dying out after record rainfall in south-eastern Australia

Monday, 17 October 2016

State moratoriums on growing genetically modified crops should be phased out, according to a parliamentary committee report into agricultural innovation released last week. CropLife Australia chief executive Matthew Cossey said GM crop moratoriums in Tasmania and South Australia had not delivered a...

20 years Growing GM Crops

Wednesday, 27 July 2016

State moratoriums on growing genetically modified crops should be phased out, according to a parliamentary committee report into agricultural innovation released last week. CropLife Australia chief executive Matthew Cossey said GM crop moratoriums in Tasmania and South Australia had not delivered a...

Mixed report for genetically modified food crops

Friday, 10 June 2016

State moratoriums on growing genetically modified crops should be phased out, according to a parliamentary committee report into agricultural innovation released last week. CropLife Australia chief executive Matthew Cossey said GM crop moratoriums in Tasmania and South Australia had not delivered a...

State moratoriums on GM crops should be phased out, report recommends

Friday, 13 May 2016

State moratoriums on growing genetically modified crops should be phased out, according to a parliamentary committee report into agricultural innovation released last week. CropLife Australia chief executive Matthew Cossey said GM crop moratoriums in Tasmania and South Australia had not delivered a...

State deadline looms to abolish GM Act

Friday, 6 May 2016

State moratoriums on growing genetically modified crops should be phased out, according to a parliamentary committee report into agricultural innovation released last week. CropLife Australia chief executive Matthew Cossey said GM crop moratoriums in Tasmania and South Australia had not delivered a...

Farmers support CropLife stance on new regulatory costs

Tuesday, 3 May 2016

State moratoriums on growing genetically modified crops should be phased out, according to a parliamentary committee report into agricultural innovation released last week. CropLife Australia chief executive Matthew Cossey said GM crop moratoriums in Tasmania and South Australia had not delivered a...

Cash checks calls to scrap costly ag-vet-chem labels

Monday, 2 May 2016

State moratoriums on growing genetically modified crops should be phased out, according to a parliamentary committee report into agricultural innovation released last week. CropLife Australia chief executive Matthew Cossey said GM crop moratoriums in Tasmania and South Australia had not delivered a...

CropLife: “bureaucracy gone mad” on duplicated ag-vet-chem labels

Friday, 29 April 2016

State moratoriums on growing genetically modified crops should be phased out, according to a parliamentary committee report into agricultural innovation released last week. CropLife Australia chief executive Matthew Cossey said GM crop moratoriums in Tasmania and South Australia had not delivered a...

Parkinson’s disease Wimmera cluster: chemical industry body responds

Wednesday, 13 April 2016

State moratoriums on growing genetically modified crops should be phased out, according to a parliamentary committee report into agricultural innovation released last week. CropLife Australia chief executive Matthew Cossey said GM crop moratoriums in Tasmania and South Australia had not delivered a...

Parkinson’s ‘cluster’ prompts calls for further pesticide research

Tuesday, 12 April 2016

State moratoriums on growing genetically modified crops should be phased out, according to a parliamentary committee report into agricultural innovation released last week. CropLife Australia chief executive Matthew Cossey said GM crop moratoriums in Tasmania and South Australia had not delivered a...

Govt commits to GM Act repeal this year

Friday, 4 March 2016

State moratoriums on growing genetically modified crops should be phased out, according to a parliamentary committee report into agricultural innovation released last week. CropLife Australia chief executive Matthew Cossey said GM crop moratoriums in Tasmania and South Australia had not delivered a...

Glyphosate press slammed as a beat-up

Wednesday, 2 March 2016

State moratoriums on growing genetically modified crops should be phased out, according to a parliamentary committee report into agricultural innovation released last week. CropLife Australia chief executive Matthew Cossey said GM crop moratoriums in Tasmania and South Australia had not delivered a...

APVMA performance “abysmal”

Thursday, 25 February 2016

State moratoriums on growing genetically modified crops should be phased out, according to a parliamentary committee report into agricultural innovation released last week. CropLife Australia chief executive Matthew Cossey said GM crop moratoriums in Tasmania and South Australia had not delivered a...