Biotech credited with saving Arizona cotton industry

Biotech crops are widely used in Arizona, and some farmers credit the technology with saving the state's cotton industry. The use of biotech cotton seeds has increased cotton yields, nearly eliminated the pink bollworm and reduced the need for pesticides.

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