New Potato Plant Resists Beetle ere has completed all federal regulatory review processes for its NewLeaf potato plant, which is genetically engineered to resist the Colorado potato beetle. The Environmental Protection Agency approved the registration of the NewLeaf potato plant in May, the final step in the federal review process, according to NatureMark, a unit of St. Louis-based Monsanto Co. The potato, a Russet Burbank variety, is not expected to be widely available to consumers until ...

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