GMO project By: christian wheayleY


Genetically modified corn is very different from natural corn, genetically modified corn only requires 6% pesticide, from 1996-2007 it increased farmers income by 44.1 billion , it also produces 7.6% higher yield.
The process of genetically modifying corn is, putting agriculturaly-desirable traits into specific Corn strands such as resistance to pests. This was first introduced in 1994 when calgene genetically modified a tomato which gave the idea to genetically modify other crops.
My opinion on genetically modified organisms isn't biased, basically if the companies told the communities what they modify their products with, then there wouldn't be a problem, but if they arent open to their products, then I disagree with genetically modified organisms


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