When the objective-sounding National Center for Food and Agriculture Policy says its "studies" find that GMO crops are lowering pesticide use and increasing the bottom line for farmers, there must be something to it, right? Read the Wisconsin State Journal article to the end to find out what farmers really think. As for the National Center for Food and Agriculture Policy, well, this is who they really represent.
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