Genetically modified crops support climate change mitigation

The database contains 32 references relating to the Safety and Benefits of Biotechnology and "Sugar Beet".

References relating to "Sugar Beet":

  1. Genetically modified crops support climate change mitigation
    (2022) Kovak E, Blaustein-Rejto D, Quaim M
  2. The Adoption of Genetically Engineered Alfalfa, Canola and Sugarbeets in the United States
    (2016) Fernandez-Cornejo J, Wechsler SJ, Milkove D
  3. Weed control changes and genetically modified herbicide tolerant crops in the USA 1996-2012
    (2014)
  4. The Extent to which Potential Benefits to EU Farmers of Adopting Transgenic Crops are Reduced by Cost of Compliance with Coexistence Regulations
    (2014) , ,
  5. The global income and production effects of genetically modified (GM) crops 1996–2011
    (2013) ,
  6. Yield of glyphosate-resistant sugar beets and efficiency of weed management systems with glyphosate and conventional herbicides under German and Polish crop production
    (2013) , , , ,
  7. Key environmental impacts of global genetically modified (GM) crop use 1996–2011
    (2013) ,
  8. GM Crops: Reaping the benefits, but not in Europe – Socio-economic impacts of agricultural biotechnology
    (2012)
  9. The potential economic and environmental impact of using current GM traits in Ukraine arable crop production
    (2012) ,
  10. GM crops: global socio-economic and environmental impacts 1996- 2009
    (2011) ,
  11. Does the use of transgenic plants diminish or promote biodiversity?
    (2010)
  12. Do Russia and Eastern Europe need GM plants?
    (2010)
  13. Bioengineered Crops as Tools for International Development: Opportunities and Strategic Considerations
    (2008) Gregory P, et al.
  14. GM Crops in Europe: How Much Value and for Whom?
    (2007) , , ,
  15. Management of genetically modified herbicide tolerant sugar beet for spring and autumn environmental benefit
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  16. An Application of Life-cycle Assessment for Environmental Planning and Management – The Potential Environmental and Human Health Impacts of Growing Genetically-modified Herbicide-tolerant Sugar Beet
    (2006) , ,
  17. An Economic Cost-Benefit Analysis of GM Crop Cultivation: An Irish Case Study
    (2004) , , ,
  18. The farm level impact of using GM agronomic traits in Polish arable crops
    (2005) ,
  19. Environmental and human health impacts of growing genetically modified herbicide-tolerant sugar beet: a life-cycle assessment.
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  20. Co-existence of GM and non GM arable crops: case study of the UK.
    (2003) ,