The majority of the soybeans grown in the United States are from seeds that have been enhanced through biotechnology. And this science has allowed U.S. soybean farmers to grow more crops on fewer acres using fewer resources. The need to understand biotech’s positive impact on agriculture has never been more important, so it’s smart for U.S. soybean farmers to stay up-to-date on this critical topic.
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The introduction and continued development of soybean varieties enhanced by biotechnology have helped make it easier for farmers to increase yields and manage weeds, pests and diseases. Biotech has also helped make soybean farming easier
Biotechnology is a complex issue in many parts of the world. While many countries accept crops enhanced through biotech as safe, some others do not. At least, not yet. That’s why members of the soy
ASU journalism student Brittany Morris was one of over 3,000 people, mostly South American farmers, who attended an international conference on biotechnology and agriculture in Rosario, Argentina last week. Editor’s Note: Brittany Morris, winner of