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GM Corn Poses No Immediate Threat to Mexico's Crops

GENETICALLY ENGINEERED CORN POSES NO IMMEDIATE THREAT TO MEXICAN CROPS, REPORT SAYS
COLUMBUS, Ohio – Genetically modified (GM) corn won't threaten native corn species in Mexico, according to a new report issued by the North American Free Trade Association (NAFTA).

In a country whose culture and identity revolve heavily around corn, or maize – the crop was first developed here thousands of years ago – the thought of imported GM varieties contaminating indigenous plants frightens many citizens, said Allison Snow, a co-author of the report and a professor of evolution, ecology and organismal biology at Ohio State University.

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