Unfortunately, I see a loss in biodiversity happening and genetically modified crops dominating our fields. Even if these seeds produce more food, we need to be aware of their other impacts on the environment. Hopefully, enough people will continue gardening to maintain our natural biodiversity in case something goes wrong with the seeds produced by big agricultural businesses.
Also, there is the problem of transporting food long distances to cities thousands of miles away from where it was grown. If oil becomes too scarce, we may be forced to eat locally, and it would be nice if we had a diverse selection of vegetables growing in our fields when that happens.
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