USA: All LibertyLink hybrids approved for feed and food use in major U.S. corn export markets
Aventis CropScience said today that all corn containing the company's LibertyLink® gene is approved for feed and food use both in the United States and in the country's major export markets. Aventis' statement comes in the wake of recent announcements from two seed companies to postpone the introduction of eight corn hybrids that contain a combination of the LibertyLink gene and the YieldGard® Bt gene.
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