USDA Wants to Release Genetically Engineered Trees Into the Wild

Summary by Cindy Olmstead

If the USDA and engineers at the State University of New York College of Environmental Science and Forestry get their way, they’ll soon be planting a transgenic American chestnut tree in America’s forests. The trees are designed to resist fungal blight and, if the plan goes well, they will “open the doors to commercial GE trees designed for industrial plantations.” It would be the first GE tree approved in the U.S. For right now they’re not counting their...

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