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Brazil approved transgenic wheat developed by Argentina’s Bioceres

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - The Brazilian government approved for sale the drought-tolerant transgenic wheat, HB4, developed by the Argentine company Bioceres. It is a breakthrough introduced from a sunflower gene.

Reuters reported this and was confirmed by several Argentine newspapers from sources of the Ministry of Agriculture led by Julián Domínguez, the official who had promoted the cereal in his previous 2009/2011 term in that portfolio.

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