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CONGRESSIONAL RESEARCH SERVICE 10/09/12 Deregulating Genetically Engineered Alfalfa and Sugar Beets: Legal and Administrative Responses. BETTER FARMING 01/04/16 Glyphosate-tolerant alfalfa debuts in Eastern Canada. By SUSAN MANN Genetically modified alfalfa seeds are going in the ground this spring in Eastern Canada but opposition groups plan to continue their fight against the product.

BETTER FARMING 01/04/16 Glyphosate-tolerant alfalfa debuts in Eastern Canada

Forage Genetics International says in a March news release it plans to sell its glyphosate tolerant seed product that also includes another trait that reduces the amount of lignin in the plant. Lignin is a structural component of alfalfa plants that holds them upright, the company’s release says. Reducing lignin should make the genetically modified alfalfa more digestible for cattle and dairy cows. Only a limited amount of seed (enough to plant less than 5,000 acres of hay) was available in Eastern Canada this spring and the product is not yet available in Western Canada, the release says. Mike Peterson, Forage Genetics International global traits lead, says by email the initial seed quantities allocated for the spring in Eastern Canada have already been sold out. Texas Agricultural Experiment Station, and Texas Tech University, Lubbock, TX - TOLERANCE AND WEED MANAGEMENT IN GYPHOSATE-TOLERANT ALFALFA.

APHIS USDA 15/12/10 Roundup Ready® Alfalfa Environmental Impact Statement (EIS) APHIS USDA - MAI 2005 - Return to Regulated Status of Alfalfa Genetically Engineered for Tolerance to the Herbicide Glyphosate. United States Patent Application 20090282497 12/11/09 Glyphosate tolerant alfalfa events and methods for detection thereof. This application claims benefit of U.S.

United States Patent Application 20090282497 12/11/09 Glyphosate tolerant alfalfa events and methods for detection thereof

Provisional Application No. 60/443,997, filed Jan. 31, 2003, the entire contents of which are incorporated by reference herein. The present invention relates to the field of plant molecular biology, more specifically the invention relates to transgenic glyphosate tolerance in an alfalfa plant. The invention more specifically relates to glyphosate tolerant alfalfa events J-101 and J-163 and to assays for detecting the presence of glyphosate tolerant alfalfa DNA in a plant extract.

Alfalfa is an important animal forage crop in many areas of the world. The methods of biotechnology have been applied to alfalfa for improvement of the agronomic traits and the quality of the product. Alfalfa is a perennial leguminous plant (Medicago saliva) of the family Leguminosae (pulse family), the most important pasture and hay plant in North America, also grown extensively in Argentina, S Europe, and Asia. FIG. 1. FIG. 6. WIPO - (WO/2004/070020) EVENEMENTS TRANSGENIQUES DE LA LUZERNE TOLERANT AUX GLYCOPHOSPHATES ET METHODES DE DETECTION. UNIVERSITY OF WYOMING - 2003 - Weed Control and Glyphosate Tolerant Alfalfa Response to Glyphosate Rate and Application Timing. J. Dairy Sci. 91:673–678 2008 Alfalfa Containing the Glyphosate-Tolerant Trait Has No Effect on Feed Intake, Milk Composition, THE CORNUCOPIA INSTITUTE 26/02/10 Comments on Draft Environmental Impact Statement Glyphosate-Tolerant Alfalfa. The following comments concern the potential deregulation of Monsanto’s genetically engineered alfalfa.

THE CORNUCOPIA INSTITUTE 26/02/10 Comments on Draft Environmental Impact Statement Glyphosate-Tolerant Alfalfa

They are provided by Jim Munsch, a certified organic beef farmer and The Cornucopia Institute’s key advisor on this important issue. We are posting these as an aide to others still composing comments to the USDA and for those who seek to know more about this issue that is so critical to organic and conventional farmers. APHIS USDA - DEC 2009 - Glyphosate Tolerant (Roundup® Ready) Alfalfa Draft Environmental Impact Statement. CENTER FOR ENVIRONMENTAL RISK ASSESSMENT - GM Crop Database. ILSI Research Foundation GM Crop Database Listing of Query Results Your query has returned 152 records.

CENTER FOR ENVIRONMENTAL RISK ASSESSMENT - GM Crop Database

For further information on a particular event, click on the appropriate links under the Event column in the following table. Creeping Bentgrass Sugar Beet Argentine Canola Polish Canola Papaya Chicory Melon Squash Carnation Soybean Cotton Sunflower Lentil Flax, Linseed Tomato Alfalfa Tobacco Rice Plum Potato Wheat Maize Agrostis stolonifera Creeping Bentgrass Beta vulgaris Sugar Beet Brassica napus Argentine Canola Brassica rapa Polish Canola Carica papaya Papaya Cichorium intybus Chicory Cucumis melo Melon Cucurbita pepo Squash Dianthus caryophyllus Carnation Glycine max L. Gossypium hirsutum L. Helianthus annuus Sunflower Lens culinaris Lentil Linum usitatissimum L. Lycopersicon esculentum Tomato. United States Patent 7566817 28/07/09 Glyphosate tolerant alfalfa events and methods for detection.

The present invention relates to the field of plant molecular biology, more specifically the invention relates to transgenic glyphosate tolerance in an alfalfa plant.

United States Patent 7566817 28/07/09 Glyphosate tolerant alfalfa events and methods for detection

SANTE CANADA - Lignées de luzerne J101 et J163 tolérant le glyphosate. USDA - DEC 2009 - Glyphosate-Tolerant Alfalfa Events J101 and J163: Request for Nonregulated Status - Final Environmental Impact. FEDERAL REGISTER 02/02/11 NOTICE - Determination of Regulated Status of Alfalfa Genetically Engineered for Tolerance to the Herb. Dr.

FEDERAL REGISTER 02/02/11 NOTICE - Determination of Regulated Status of Alfalfa Genetically Engineered for Tolerance to the Herb

Rebecca L. Stankiewicz Gabel, Senior Environmental Protection Specialist, Environmental Risk Analysis Programs, BRS, APHIS, 4700 River Road Unit 147, Riverdale, MD 20737-1238; (301) 734-5603. To obtain copies of the record of decision or the final environmental impact statement on which the record of decision is based, contact Ms. Cindy Eck at (301) 734-0667, e-mail: cynthia.a.eck@aphis.usda.gov. This notice advises the public that the Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service (APHIS) has prepared a record of decision and determination on the petition regarding the regulated status of alfalfa genetically engineered for tolerance to the herbicide glyphosate based on an environmental impact statement (EIS) prepared in connection with its determination.

The regulations in § 340.6(a) provide that any person may submit a petition to APHIS seeking a determination that an article should not be regulated under 7 CFR part 340. Done in Washington, DC, this January 27, 2011. Kevin Shea,