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31 March 2009
Long-term feed trials with Bt maize: no influence on cows milk
Genetically modified Bt maize in feed has no influence on the health of cows or on their milk production. The results of a two-year feed trial were presented by the Bavarian Agricultural Ministry.

21 March 2009
Germany: Regions are to decide on GM planting, says Aigner
German agriculture minister Ilse Aigner (CSU) wants to leave the decision up to the regions about planting genetically modified crops. "The German states as well as the administrative districts should decide themselves if they want to have green gene technology or not," said the minister in an interview with the Reuters news agency.

14 March 2009
Aigner: Ban on planting GM maize cannot be enforced
German agriculture minister Ilse Aigner (CSU) believes that a general ban on planting genetically modified maize in Germany cannot be politically enforced at present.

11 March 2009
EU approves import of biotech T45 rapeseed
Member States were unable to come to an agreement forcing the EU Commission to grant approval based on a scientific risk assessment of the T45 rapeseed

10 March 2009
USA and Canada: Monsanto seeks regulatory approval for GM maize
US-based Monsanto has applied for approval of a GM maize highly tolerant to drought. The new maize was developed together with Germanys BASF and should be commercially available in 2012.

04 March 2009
Cultivation ban on GM maize in Austria and Hungary remains
The current cultivation bans in Austria and Hungary on the genetically modified maize lines MON810 and T25 will remain valid in the short term.

03 March 2009
Poll: US farmers for genetically modified wheat
A majority of farmers in the USA have expressed approval in a poll on genetically modified wheat. They expect gene technology to contribute towards solutions to current problems in wheat cultivation.


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An overview of European consumer polls on attitudes to GMOs
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