Genetic engineering has been used for nearly two decades to grow varieties of crops that resist diseases and insects, require fewer pesticides and take less land and water to grow.
Genetic engineering has been used for nearly two decades to grow varieties of crops that resist diseases and insects, require fewer pesticides and take less land and water to grow. John Miller Associated Press file
Genetic engineering has been used for nearly two decades to grow varieties of crops that resist diseases and insects, require fewer pesticides and take less land and water to grow. John Miller Associated Press file