Expert: Monsanto's biotech corn could increase Kansas' crop yield

06/25/2009 | Wichita Eagle (Kan.), The

Kansas could increase its crop yield by as much as 50% once it adopts the drought-resistant corn seed co-developed by Monsanto, according to a crop-production professor at Kansas State University. The biotech seed is targeted mainly for use in non-irrigated farms that produce fewer than 130 bushels of corn, a Monsanto official said.

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