A Growing Concern
Genetically engineered cotton seemed like a good way to reduce pesticides, but Monsanto's Bt cotton has raised more questions than answers.
Thursday, March 27, 1997
It was the talk of the cotton belt last year, a hype that blew like a lush wind from Arizona to North Carolina. After a decade of high-priced research, Monsanto Company was finally coming to market with a genetically altered cotton seed that would produce its own "natural" bug killer right there in every fiber of the plant.
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