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cban.ca/.../on-the-market/cotton/Genetically-Modified-Cotton-CBAN-Factsheet

Genetically Modified Cotton, CBAN Factsheet. Click here to download and print the pdf file. February 2013. Genetically engineered (also called genetically modified or GM) cotton is currently grown on 25 million hectares around the world, mostly in India, China, Pakistan and the US.

en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bt_cotton

Bt cotton is a genetically modified organism (GMO) or genetically modified pest resistant plant cotton variety, which produces an insecticide to combat bollworm Description. Strains of the bacterium Bacillus thuringiensis produce over 200 different Bt toxins, each harmful to different ...

www.nongmoproject.org/high-risk/cotton

Cotton. Cotton is the primary crop for producing textiles around the world. As such, it was targeted early on by biotech companies and there are now 56 events (types) of genetically modified cotton, the second most behind corn (maize) 1. Though cotton fiber is not common in consumer packaged goods, cottonseed oil is becoming more so as prices drop.

www.quora.com/Why-is-cotton-genetically-modified

Cotton and other monocultured crops require an intensive use of pesticides as various types of pests attack these crops causing extensive damage. Over the past 40 years, many pests have developed resistance to pesticides. So far, the only success...

www.quora.com/How-has-cotton-been-genetically-modified

This is one of those questions that people in agriculture (particularly scientists) may answer very differently than other people so I will try to answer so it works across both groups. In today's general use of the word, genetically modified of...

gmoanswers.com/commodity-crops-cotton

Commodity Crops: Cotton. The GMO Answers’ Commodity Crop Series introduces a new crop each week to help you better understand the role these crops play in agricultural production and the U.S. economy. Over the last two weeks we explored the many uses and history of two commodity crops: soybeans and corn.

naturalsociety.com/gm-cotton-90-percent-worldwide-crop

That’s because it is estimated that 90 percent of cotton produced worldwide is now genetically modified. While GM cotton likely won’t hurt you, the concern is that we, as consumers, haven’t been kept informed of the presence of these crops and their byproducts in our lives.

csiropedia.csiro.au/genetically-modified-cotton-varieties

CSIRO has been the driving force behind the development, deployment and adoption of Genetically Modified (GM) cotton varieties in Australia. Dr Greg Constable, Dr Danny Llewellyn (CSIRO Plant Industry) and Dr Gary Fitt (CSIRO Entomology) have helped place CSIRO at the forefront of global cotton research and maintain Australia as a world leader in cotton […]

www.organic4greenlivings.com/gmo-cotton-the-ugly-facts

Cotton is in your bed sheets, towels, and even in those cotton balls and swabs that you use in your bathroom. If they are not organic then they are probably genetically modified. Did you realize that 90% of the cotton worldwide is genetically modified, also known as Bt cotton.

www.organicconsumers.org/essays/beyond-monsantos-gmo-cotton-why-consumers-need...

GMO cotton is grown on 70 million acres across the world, including the overwhelming majority of cotton grown in the U.S. India, Pakistan and China. While occupying a relatively small percentage of arable land globally (2.4 percent), GMO/chemical cotton crops account for a staggering 25 percent of global insecticide sales.