From the Capital Press
USDA researchers continue to investigate 22 genetically engineered wheat plants found two months ago in a fallow Washington state field.
No conclusions have been reached, said an Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service spokesman, who asked not to be identified.
Laboratories at two USDA agencies continue to analyze the test results of samples taken from the incident, the spokesman said. Researchers are also examining wheat production in the area to look for the presence of glyphosate-resistant wheat. Read the rest of the story here.