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International Undertaking
Rights, as provided for by the International Union for the Protection of New Varieties of Plants (UPOV), were not inconsistent with the Undertaking, and simultaneously recognized Farmers' Rights ...
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Corporate control - primalseeds
Department of Agriculture lists had disappeared in the last 80 years. . Static Seeds Modern commercial varieties are static, that is, bred and sold to farmers each year, rather than being ... adaption to the local ecosystem. There is a lack of commercial incentive for breeders to develop new open pollinated varieties. Such varieties could be replanted from saved seed allowing localised adaptations. . ...
www.primalseeds.org


breeding plants for diversity
Farmers often have to grow commercial varieties, which usually do poorly without pesticides, herbicides, large doses of chemical fertilizers or water. An independent technician works with communities to improve the quality of potatoe varieties. We need new varieties ...
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Bacillus Thuringiensis
Alkaline (basic; pH greater than 7) solutions activate the delta-endotoxin, and different varieties may require different pHs.9 Certain enzymes must also be present in the insect's ... acute toxicity data available for two commonly used commercial varieties of B.t.. Bacillus thuringiensis var. kurstaki (B.t.k.): B.t.k. and commercial products containing B.t.k. generally have low ...
www.eap.mcgill.ca


Growing Diversity | www.grain.org/gd/
By using a mixture of local varieties with seed from commercial varieties, and thanks to their ... local varieties so that they are more readily traded.  It must be remembered that the quality of local varieties of dates is described as 'mediocre' in comparison with other varieties ...
grain.org


IELRC.ORG - The International Treaty on Plant Genetic Resources for Food and Agriculture
Resolution 4/89 recognizes ... of the use of local and locally adapted crops, varieties and underutilised species; and the support to the wider use of diverse varieties and species in on-farm management, conservation and ...
ielrc.org


Say No To GMOs! - March 2007c
DNA to drift into commercial varieties, transforming U.S. rice into a global pariah and sending the industry into its ... of genetically modified rice in the state, saying federal controls meant to keep such varieties from contaminating commercial rice are inadequate. "We have to protect our industry at all costs," said ...
saynotogmos.org


GeneWatch UK - Worldwide Commercial Growing - Where GM crops are grown around the world
Online orders You are in GM Crops and Food → Introductory Guide → Worldwide Commercial Growing Worldwide Commercial Growing During 2005, 21 countries grew GM crops commercially on 90 million hectares, an ... genes. The herbicide tolerance and insect resistance traits have also both been included in some varieties of cotton and maize which is known as gene 'stacking'. Herbicide tolerance made up 71 ...
genewatch.org


IELRC.ORG - The International Union for the Protection of New Varieties of Plants (UPOV)
Breeders are now granted exclusive rights to harvested materials and the distinction between discovery and development of varieties ...
ielrc.org


ManyTracks - Heirloom Varieties
Do you desire to be independent of the commercial seed companies? Are you dismayed by the discarding of old varieties by commercial seedmen? Do you want to become involved in ... 1995. A comprehensive listing of mail order seed companies, the standard (open pollinated) varieties they offer, and the varieties which have been dropped. Fruit, Berry and Nut Inventory, by Kent Whealy ...
manytracks.com




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