One of the unintended consequences of genetically modified seed use is the astronomical increase in pesticide use – one of the very things GMO’s  were supposed to require less of.  (Well maybe they meant less of any pesticide brand not owned by the GMO seed company, but that’s another story.)

This video is worth a look and a share. The more who know, the more who can stop these side effects. Check out the farm facts below. Agricultural lands appear to be the next financial bubble.

 

Corn Belt and high plains. Iowa land selling for $2,275 per
acre a decade ago is now at $8,700 per acre.

When we look we can see that the next financial bubble that is forming is farm land.  It will pop in many places in
the United States (although agricultural land in other countries can be found at compelling
values).
Land prices in the heart of the Corn Belt have increased at a double-digit rate in
six of the past seven years.

According to Federal Reserve studies, farmland prices
were up 15 percent last year in the most productive part of the Corn Belt, and 26
percent in the western Corn Belt and high plains. Iowa land selling for $2,275 per
acre a decade ago is now at $8,700 per acre.

 

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