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Genetically modified wheat status, outlook and implications

Dec 28, 2012
Similar pressures exist in Canada, which during the same period, canola acreage has increased, so it now exceeds wheat acres. There also have been important geographical shifts in the composition of crops planted in these countries. Generally, the smaller wheat acreage has been matched with a gradual shift to more northern and western dry areas.

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