High oleic safflower finds industrial market

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Updated July 29 2019 - 7:32am, first published 6:00am
Lockhart grower, John Stevenson is one of the first in Australia to grow GM safflower commercially. His safflower crop was planted on May 30th at 3cm with a disc seeder. It's expected to be ready to harvest in mid-January.
Lockhart grower, John Stevenson is one of the first in Australia to grow GM safflower commercially. His safflower crop was planted on May 30th at 3cm with a disc seeder. It's expected to be ready to harvest in mid-January.

New markets for safflower are opening up after a genetically modified version of the oilseed crop was commercially released last year.

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Olivia Calver

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