The issue that won’t go away: Farm biotechnology

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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