Developers of certain genetically engineered plants benefited from limited regulatory relief in 2020 as USDA promulgated final amendments to the 7 C.F.R. Part 340 regulations governing interstate movement of certain genetically engineered plants. The movement of soil and non-genetically engineered microbes may still require permits under 7 C.F.R. Part 330. In this webinar, Wiley Environment & Product Regulation partner Martha Marrapese addresses the regulatory requirements applicable to non-GE microbes and microalgae.
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