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Argentina Approves Bayer's Liberty Link Soybean Trait

2:25 PM MDT | August 22, 2011 | Kara Sissell

Bayer CropScience has received final approval in Argentina for its Liberty Link soybean trait, which provides resistance to the herbicide glufosinate. Bayer says it plans to launch its first genetically modified soybeans in Argentina once further approvals for important stacked traits become available. “Liberty Link will be combined with these traits and then launched in the forthcoming years.” “The approval in Argentina is another important step towards regional regulatory harmonization for soybean innovation and trade. It further strengthens...

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