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CALS in the News – Oct. 18-22, 2010

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Demand grows for ginseng, along with price
Milwaukee Wisconsin Journal Sentinel 10/16/2010
Quoted: Paul Mitchel, Agricultural and Applied Economics

Panel readies raw milk recommendations
Milwaukee Wisconsin Journal Sentinel
Quoted: Scott Rankin, Food Science

UW Short Course Offers Lower Tuition to Illinois, Iowa Students
Wisconsin Agriculturist
Mentioned: UW Farm and Industry Short Course

Quest for homegrown energy has Derr using soybeans, pennycress
Agri-View 10/21/2010
Mentioned: Wisconsin Bioenergy Initiative

Generation Organic – Not Your Granddaddy’s Farmer
Tonic 10/21/2010
Quoted: Preston Green – Student of Agri Business

The Halo Effect

Genetically modified corn helps nearby fields: study
Reuters 10/7/2010
Quoted: Paul Mitchell – Agricultural and Applied Economics

The Halo Effect: Modified Corn Kills Pests for All Crops
The Atlantic 10/8/2010
Mentioned: Paul Mitchell – Agricultural and Applied Economics

Genectically modified crops limit corn borer, U study reports
MinnPost.com 10/8/2010
Mentioned: Paul Mitchell – Agricultural and Applied Economics

New Study Shows Benefits of Bt Corn to Farmers
U.S. News and World Report 10/7/2010
Mentioned: UW Madison Research

Genetically engineered corn provides huge benefits
CourierPostOnline.com 10/10/2010
Mentioned: Paul Mitchell – Agricultural and Applied Economics

It pays not to cultivate GM crops, survey finds
The Independent 10/8/2010
Quoted: Paul Mitchell – Agricultural and Applied Economics

Genetically altered corn helps nonmodified crop by killing pests
Penn State Live 10/7/2010
Quoted: Paul Mitchell – Agricultural and Applied Economics

Of Interest

Obama Hosts White House Science Fair To Encourage STEM Education
Huffington Post 10/18/2010

Roach Coaches Go Upscale as D.C. Chuck Wagons Deliver Shrimp, $3 Cupcakes Bloomberg 10/20/2010

Feingold and Johnson respond to Agri-View Questions
Agri-View 10/21/2010

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