Biotech crops help increase farmers' profits

10/21/2004 | Star Tribune (Minneapolis-St. Paul, Minn.)

The National Center for Food and Agriculture Policy found farmers who used bio-enhanced crops last year saw an increase of nearly $2 billion in income and 5.3 billion more pounds of crop yields, while reducing pesticide use by 46.4 million pounds. Nationwide, farmers in Iowa, Illinois and Minnesota saw the greatest gains from biotech crops.

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