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The South African authorities have given the go-ahead to the Institute of wine biotechnology, based at the University of Stellenbosch, to conduct open-air field trials of grapevines genetically modified to resist fungal disease, despite the failure of fungal resistant grapevines in German trials 7 years ago.
AFRICAN HERITAGE CROPS THREATENED BY SOUTH AFRICA GMO DECISION
Friday, 12 September 2008
ACB Objection to the commercial release of the Agricultural Research Council (ARC) genetically modified potato. September 2008.
ACB's Objection to first Commodity import permit for soyabean, Event '356043.
Vaccines containing living genetically modifi ed organisms (GMOs) are still at an experimental level in the world today.
The Agricultural Research Council (ARC) Institute for Industrial Crops (IIC) submitted an application to the Directorate of Genetic Resources (DGR) within the Department of Agriculture (DOA) in 2006 for a trial release of genetically modified cassava.