Source: Ohio State University

Transgenic corn hybrids are now the most widely grown hybrids in Ohio, said Peter Thomison, Rich Minyo and Allen Geyer, Ohio State University. It appears likely that in the near future that the availability of non-transgenic corn hybrids will be limited and that acreage of non-transgenic corn will continue to decline.

However, many corn growers in Ohio are still interested in growing non-transgenic corns. Some of these growers want to take advantage of the premiums offered for non-GMO corn and others want to grow non-GMO corn to reduce seed and herbicide costs associated with traited corn.

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