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Marketing Mechanisms to Facilitate Co-Existence of GM and Non-GM Crops
Benjamin Henry (au); William W. Wilson (au) Bruce L. Dahl (au)
Production & marketing of transgenic grains (also referred to as biotech, genetically modified, & GM) have provided many opportunities but also challenges for the commodity marketing system. The fact that most biotech crops are oriented towards exports increases the need for segregation (seg.) systems. This paper documents the extent of seg. currently in the U.S. wheat sector & estimates the costs & risks of seg.. Data related to seg. practices & identity preservation at the grain-handler level were collected by doing a survey of elevators & marketers of grain & oilseeds (traders) in the Upper Midwest region (N. Dakota, S. Dakota, Minnesota, & Montana). Results of the survey provide data to evaluate an empirical model of seg. Illustrations.
Woman’s Guide to Making Therapy Work
Skin Deep: Black Women & White Women Write About Race
Just Horses: Living with Horses in America
Rise of Life: The First 3.5 Billion Years
Guide to Homoeopathy
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