Study disputes biotech role in increased soybean, corn yields

04/15/2009 | Reuters

Conventional breeding methods and improved agricultural techniques have contributed more to crop yield increases over the past 12 years than biotechnology, according to a report by the Union of Concerned Scientists. A BIO official, however, said results of research and farmer surveys on improved production from biotech crops have been "overwhelmingly positive."

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