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OMB approved the collection of information requirements with respect to the final rule under OMB control number — expires October 31, Done in Washington, DC, this 22nd day of June E5— Filed 6—27—05; 8: We are advising the public that the Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service has prepared an environmental assessment and reached a finding of no significant impact for confined field tests of rice plants genetically engineered to express the protein lysozyme.
The environmental assessment provides a basis for our conclusion that these field tests will not present a risk of introducing or disseminating a plant pest and will not have a significant impact on the quality of the human environment.
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The application was for a field trial in Scott County, MO. The day comment period ended on March 25, Because many of the issues are similar for the two field tests, APHIS chose to extend the comment period to gather additional comments that specifically address any new issues that may exist for the North Carolina location.
APHIS has considered the comments from both comment periods and the comments received during the intervening period.
APHIS received comments.
Comments were received from rice growers, rice marketing and VerDate jul Five hundred fifty respondents did not support the issuance of a permit for a field trial of rice expressing lysozyme.
Forty-nine commenters did support granting a permit for a field trial for rice that expresses lysozyme. Two commenters provided information only and conveyed no opinion on the proposed field trial. The remaining six comments were duplications of submitted comments.
The majority of the commenters expressed concern that rice from this field trial may inadvertently become mixed with rice intended for food or feed use.
Commenters were concerned that birds, mammals, water, or human error might move small amounts of rice from the permitted field into commercially grown rice or rice products.
Commenters also suggested that hybridization may occur with weedy rice types and allow the lysozyme gene to persist in the environment. Commenters also focused on potential market loss for commercial rice if genetically engineered rice were to be grown in the same geographic area. Several of these commenters also expressed concern for food safety if this rice were incorporated in general commodity rice.
Supporters of the field trial commented on the safety of the trial, the closed production design for the field trial, and the economic and health benefits that could result from the production of rice that expresses lysozyme.Case Redox Laboratory, Omaha, Nebraska.
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