USDA responds to court ruling on genetically engineered sugar beets
WILLMAR -- While this year's sugar beet harvest may be far from complete, many local growers are probably already wondering about next year's crop following a recent U.S. District Court ruling which could have major implications on the type of seed that sugar beet farmers will be allowed to plant next spring.
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