Farmers in the U.S. have been paying about $100 more per acre for GM seed more than conventional seed; however, the increased pest resistance and crop failures have meant smaller GM crop yields over non-GM counterparts. To this end, using cost benefit analysis, many U.S. farmers are increasingly looking into returning to conventional seeds.
So, start planting the real seeds farmers.
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