GMO List of Crops Commercially grown in U.S.

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Commercially produced GMO crops in the US: soybeans (approximately 98%) corn (more than 80%) cotton canola sugar beets newly de-regulated: alfalfa* *what is alfalfa? why is this GMO alfalfa so significant? 1. Alfalfa is a most important forage crop for rouminous animals, Continue reading GMO List of Crops Commercially grown in U.S.