Armyworm resistant to GE corn is found in Southeast

Researchers confirmed that fall armyworms in North Carolina are resistant to a variety of corn genetically engineered to produce a protein toxic to the insects. It is the first documented occurrence of insect resistance to so-called Bt (Bacillus thuringiensis) corn in 18 years of use, said Entomology Today. It quoted entomologist Dominic Reisig of North Carolina… » Read More

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