Donald Trump urged to champion US crop biotech innovation

Colin Bettles
Updated November 12 2016 - 4:27am, first published November 11 2016 - 9:17am
Crops like corn and soybean are growing in the US due to the development biotech traits while wheat has been slipping due to stifled innovation.
Crops like corn and soybean are growing in the US due to the development biotech traits while wheat has been slipping due to stifled innovation.

US President-elect Donald Trump’s position on crop biotechnology and supporting its continued development is a farm policy positive that must be preserved, says National Association of Wheat Growers (NAWG) President Gordon Stoner.

Colin Bettles

Colin Bettles

Canberra Bureau Chief

Has been the Canberra Bureau Chief for Fairfax Agricultural Media since 2010 - survived the hung parliament - former media manager at Western Australian Cricket Association now covering national agricultural and rural issues in federal politics.

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