The North Dakota State Seed Commissioner Ken Bertsch addressed the House Agriculture Committee Thursday as it considers an update to the state seed laws. This change would adopt the new seed breeding techniques seen in the industry. “Gene editing is one example which would be considered acceptable for us to bring a variety into the state-inspected program.” This language moved through the House Agriculture Committee with a ‘do pass’ recommendation.
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