The issue that won’t go away: Farm biotechnology

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Covering farm technology means being on the scene with ag biotech too. From the first days of tomatoes that had Bt to control worms (experimental of course) to herbicide-tolerant crops you can see plenty. And today it’s a given for corn and soybean growers that biotech content will be part of the mix, but to the consumer there’s still some confusion.

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