ФГБУ «ВГНКИ» приняло участие в заседании Общественной палаты РФ по вопросам незаконного высевания ГМО
25 февраля Комиссия Общественной палаты Российской Федерации по экологии и охране окружающей среды провела круглый стол «Нарушение законодательства о высевании ГМО в России: угрозы и решения».
Следы запрещенной в России генетической модификации уже не раз находили во ввезенных в страну рапсе и сое.
Эта мера направлена на создание конкуренции на рынке шрота
Профессор Сколтех рассказал о перспективах коммерческого использования аргентинской модифицированной пшеницы
Минсельхоз РФ предлагает продлить на 2021 год отмену необходимости в государственной регистрации соевых бобов и соевого шрота с применением генно-модифицированных организмов, проект соответствующего постановления правительства опубликован на федеральном портале проектов правовых актов.
The repeal of the government could pave the way for shortage of feed in Russia
In 2018, the market of GM plants was estimated to 18.15 billion U.S. dollars, according to analysts, but in the long term, the projected sustained growth without a sustainable and productive crops, the world will be difficult to feed
The Russian government instructed the Ministry of agriculture together with the Federal Executive authorities to consider the recommendations of the Council of Federation at the meeting "On the national system of consumer protection" in regulation of production and turnover of GMO products, told reporters on Monday the head of agrarian Committee of Council of Federation Alexey Mayorov.
Poland was not going to lose their benefits and want to earn extra money in this popular segment
Miratorg harvested more than 2.8 million tons of corn silage for cattle interregional project in 2019
"Miratorg", the largest beef producer in Russia, will be harvested in 2019, more than 2.8 million tons of corn silage to provide feed cattle farms in the Bryansk, Orel, Kaluga, Smolensk, Tula, Kaliningrad regions.
According to various French organisations, in the context of organic production and production in heated greenhouses in the winter, there are contradictions, but in accordance with the European regulations for organic certification there is nothing wrong. Today in France decided that in a heated greenhouse you can still grow organic, although there are restrictions
In Russia you need to create your own "green" brand, but you cannot cause confusion among consumers between organic products, which will be made without any chemicals a new law on organic and eco-friendly, the production of which will be able to make use of some agrochemicals, as I propose to do in the Ministry of agriculture, said Deputy head of the Federation Council Committee on agrarian and food policy and environmental management Sergey Belousov.
Specialists "Roccasecca" examined multizernovaya bread, which can be found on the shelves of Russian stores and answered questions about what more in this product — good or bad.
The first genetically modified fish will taste customers are restaurants
Wheat plants resistant to glyphosate herbicide, was discovered in the United States for the third time. And the second time – in Washington state since, as in 2013 was derived from wheat that are resistant to glyphosate
Consumers are willing to buy organics, manufacturers and retailers are convinced of the correctness of the development of organic production. This is the conclusion results of research conducted in the Voronezh region. Sociologists have found among representatives of the food industry, farmers, retailers and consumers, there need to develop organic production and how the buyer chooses a healthy meal.
Processing of agricultural crops without loss to a new level
Wheat (Triticum aestivum L.) is among the most popular crops grown in the world, along with corn and rice, as people from 28% to 60% of the required daily calories. At the same time, still the actual problem is to make a grain of wheat even more useful to humans. How you get that without GMO technology
In 2018, the world has received 87 permits for GMOs, which covers about 70 varieties, nine of which are new varieties: safflower (two varieties), potatoes (one variety), beans (three varieties), cotton (two varieties) and canola (one species), respectively
In the UK, allowed local scientists to continue a series of tests aimed at extracting useful oils from genetically modified crops