The principal grains producers' association in Brazil's top soybean-growing state warns farmers...

|By:, SA News Editor

The principal grains producers' association in Brazil's top soybean-growing state warns farmers not to plant a new variety of transgenic soy it says Monsanto (MON) is distributing. The soy hasn't been approved in China, where most of Brazil's exports of the oilseed are shipped; the group claims seeds could contaminate shipments of approved varieties, putting exports to China at risk of being refused.