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The following is an article written by Mallory Mae Bailey-Tse, Graduate Student in Conservation Biology at Miami University, and highlights the mass benefits of GMO technology in the wake of a global construct of misinformation.
The pressures and demands on public institutions continue to increase – as do the costs of research and development. It is therefore critical that the public and private sectors continue, if not accelerate, their efforts to work together to meet the challenges facing our world’s farmers. The need to innovate for mutual growth and mutual benefit has never been greater.
Each GMO crop that exists was developed to address specific challenges farmers face in feeding and fueling a growing world, including better ways to fight pest that may otherwise destroy needed crops, creating compounding issues. Here are three important ways GMOs help to fight pests and reduce the use of pesticides on farmlands and fields.
As we celebrate the International Day of Women and Girls in Science on the 11th of February, we take you through the science behind GMOs and modern agriculture, in an effort to demystify the process and correct some misinformation about the technology.