GMOs Are Saving Hawaiian Farms and Forests from Extinction
More evidence is cropping up all the time to support the environmentally friendly nature of biotech seeds and crops, writes Joni Kamiya in this week’s Focus on Agriculture column. GM papayas in Hawaii are a great example of how biotechnology keeps forests intact and decreases the amount of pesticides needed to grow marketable fruits. Kamiya calls this “GMOrganic” because it’s earth-friendly, farmer-friendly and good for the consumer.
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