Twenty Years of GM crops in Argentine Agriculture

The database contains 22 references relating to the Safety and Benefits of Biotechnology and "Argentina".

References relating to "Argentina":

  1. Twenty Years of GM crops in Argentine Agriculture
    (2016) Trigo EJ
  2. Plant characterization of Roundup Ready 2 Yield® soybean, MON 89788, for use in ecological risk assessment
    (2014) , , , , , , ,
  3. 15 Years of Genetically Modified Crops in Argentine Agriculture
    (2011)
  4. Benefits of genetically modified crops for the poor: household income, nutrition, and health
    (2010)
  5. Experience from use of GMOs in Argentinian agriculture, economy and environment
    (2010)
  6. Natural variation in crop composition and the impact of transgenesis
    (2010) Harrigan GG, et al.
  7. The Case of Zero-Tillage Technology in Argentina
    (2009)
  8. Fungal and mycotoxin contamination in Bt maize and non-Bt maize grown in Argentina
    (2009) Barros G, et al.
  9. Roundup Ready soybeans in Argentina: farm level and aggregate welfare effects
    (2005) ,
  10. GM Crops in Emerging Economies: impact on Australian Agriculture
    (2008) , , , ,
  11. Global Impact of Biotech Crops: Socio-Economic and Environmental Effects in the First Ten Years of Commercial Use.
    (2006) ,
  12. Ten Years of GeneticallyModified Crops in ArgentineAgriculture
    (2006) ,
  13. Bt cotton and pesticide use in Argentina:economic and environmental effects
    (2005) ,
  14. Economic Impact of Transgenic Crops in Developing Countries
    (2006)
  15. The Impact of the Introduction of Transgenic Crops in Argentinean Agriculture
    (2003) ,
  16. Agronomics and Sustainability of Transgenic Cotton in Argentina
    (2003) , ,
  17. GM rice: will this lead the way for global acceptance of GM crop technology?
    (2003) ,
  18. Advances in plant biotechnology and its adoption in developing countries
    (2003) , ,
  19. The economic impacts of biotechnology-based technological innovations. ESA Working Paper No. 04-08.
    (2004)
  20. The use of genetically modified crops in developing countries.
    (2003)