Pesticides Make A Comeback

Many Corn Farmers Go Back to Using Chemicals as Mother Nature Outwits Genetically Modified Seeds

 

GMO Corn Damaged By Roundworms

Insecticide sales are surging after years of decline, as American farmers plant more corn and a genetic modification designed to protect the crop from pests has started to lose its effectiveness.

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Small Sustainable Farmer Beats Big Ag and GMO Yields For New World Record

 

 

Pesticide Use Ramping Up As GMO Crop Technology Backfires

Long Term Toxicity Of Roundup Herbicide and Roundup-Tolerant Genetically Modified Corn

WikiLeaks: US Targets EU Over GM Crops

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