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What do you know about GMOs? Take the GMO quiz

GMOs are a controversial subject worldwide, and the debate about their safety and value is rife. What do you know about GMOs?

3. A Kanas farmer is suing GMO giant Monsanto after one of the company’s experimental products was discovered in a field along with non-modified versions of the crop. The discovery caused Japan and South Korea to ban some U.S. imports of what crop?

Ernest Barnes is suing Monsanto for gross negligence after an experimental, not-for-sale version of its genetically modified wheat was found in an Oregon field. As a result, US wheat export projections plummeted, and Japan and South Korea, which require GMOs to be labeled, to temporarily suspend imports of soft white US wheat, which is used mainly to make baked goods and noodles, but did not cancel other wheat imports from the US.

Ernest Barnes is suing Monsanto for gross negligence after an experimental, not-for-sale version of its genetically modified wheat was found in an Oregon field. As a result, US wheat export projections plummeted, and Japan and South Korea, which require GMOs to be labeled, to temporarily suspend imports of soft white US wheat, which is used mainly to make baked goods and noodles, but did not cancel other wheat imports from the US.

Ernest Barnes is suing Monsanto for gross negligence after an experimental, not-for-sale version of its genetically modified wheat was found in an Oregon field. As a result, US wheat export projections plummeted, and Japan and South Korea, which require GMOs to be labeled, to temporarily suspend imports of soft white US wheat, which is used mainly to make baked goods and noodles, but did not cancel other wheat imports from the US.

Ernest Barnes is suing Monsanto for gross negligence after an experimental, not-for-sale version of its genetically modified wheat was found in an Oregon field. As a result, US wheat export projections plummeted, and Japan and South Korea, which require GMOs to be labeled, to temporarily suspend imports of soft white US wheat, which is used mainly to make baked goods and noodles, but did not cancel other wheat imports from the US.

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Alfafa

 

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Wheat

 
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