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Jul 13, 2010

New Zealand State Gov't Researchers Seek Regulatory Approval for GM Trees

New Zealand's state science company Scion Research has applied to the New Zealand government for permission to grow gene modified (GM) trees that grow faster. The company's 4,000 tree project is under review by the Environmental Risk Management Authority (Erma).

For more see: "Scion to seek approval for new GE trees," Otago Daily Times (New Zealand), 13 July 2010.

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