USDA approves corn engineered for biofuel use
Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack has cleared farmers to plant a variety of corn engineered solely for making fuel ethanol, despite objections from the food industry.
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#1 Feb 12, 2011
Sounds like a high risk gamble. It's not needed due that Biofuel from corn is on its way out. Other types of feed stocks have proven better, and don't affect our food supply.
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