The list includes two glyphosate-resistant types of alfalfa, which was submitted for approval more than ten years ago. Both alfalfa traits are owned by Forage Genetics International, which is a subsidiary of Land O’Lakes. China also approved a glyphosate-resistant canola from Corteva. The other approvals were for sugar cane, cotton and domestically developed corn and soybean biotech products. China allows these imports for feed usage but has not approved any major food crops for cultivation.
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