Presentation on theme: "Ryan Eilertson Genetically Modified Organisms What Does This Mean? Specifically Corn."— Presentation transcript:
Genetically Modified Organisms What Does This Mean? Specifically Corn
World Population Growing Higher Yields More Money
Outlawed in Other Countries Health Concerns Environmental Concerns
Ethanol Plant half and half Up to the farmer
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