Arizona study backs benefits of Bt cotton

05/2/2006 | Wallaces Farmer

Research at the University of Arizona indicates farmers get the same yield, use fewer pesticides and maintain insect biodiversity when planting Bt cotton. Bt cotton was first planted in Arizona in 1996, and now more than half of the state's cotton fields are planted with the biotech plants.

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