How does genetically modified corn help surrounding crop fields?



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    Actually GMO corn (and other crops) doesn’t help nearby fields but actually ruins them. Pollen from the GM crops is transferred via wind or pollinating insects (which are becoming ill recently from the GM pollen) to the nearby fields, which may be conventional or organic. GMO companies, especially Monsanto (monsters!) are notorious for sueing, buying out, and putting out of business, smaller farmer’s whose fields get contaminated by the GM pollen.

    GMOs are dangerous to the environment, the consequences are still not completely understood, but everyday we’re realize it’s worse than previously thought. Once they enter ecosystems, there’s no way we can control them or ‘take them back’. They could potentially alter DNA or biological functions.

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