Biotech crop regulation has problems, some experts say

11/6/2006 | Washington Post, The

Some agricultural experts and scientists say the 20-year-old federal regulatory process for biotech crops is failing. Critics point to how the regulatory process is handling attempts by Bayer CropScience to license its currently unapproved LL Rice 601 strain as an example of a broken system.

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