Report finds positive results of biotech crops

11/12/2004 | Wichita Eagle (Kan.), The

The study by the National Center for Food and Agricultural Policy finds farmers investing in biotech products harvested 5.3 billion pounds more crops and saw nearly $2 billion in increased income. Pesticide use also was reduced, and farmers contend biotechnology helps the environment by reducing tilling.

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