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GMOs – look to the future

The challenge for farmers and ranchers will be to double food production by 2050 to help feed an estimated 9 billion people.
GMOs – or genetically modified organisms – have the potential to dramatically increase the world’s output in coming decades without causing significant environmental hazards. This new technology is affording us ways to improve plant characteristics to lower production costs and increase yields on existing farmland.
Today a wide variety of plants are products of genetically modified science. Some are being developed with the ability to withstand certain herbicides while yielding higher productivity with lower costs and less environmental impact ...

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