U.S. farmers begin growing biotech white corn

Farmers in Nebraska and other states this year began planting biotech white corn in small amounts after learning that snack-food companies would start purchasing such varieties to produce chips, tortillas and taco shells. Issues related to grain quality as well as the rising costs of conventional corn varieties are among the factors driving the shift to biotech versions, experts said.

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