Agriculture

November 19, 2011 5:00 AM

Deadline looms in $750 million rice settlement

Rice growers who lost sales after genetically modified rice seed mistakenly entered the U.S. market five years ago have until Monday to sign on to a $750 million settlement proposed by the company blamed for the problem.

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