Argentina Approves Monsanto’s Intacta Soy Seed, Clarin Reports
The genetically modified seed is resistant to Monsanto’s glyphosate herbicide and can make the oilseeds more resistant to insects, the Buenos Aires-based newspaper said.
The seed is already being marketed in Brazil, the U.S. and Paraguay, Clarin said.
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