Research Assistant Erin Hall extracts DNA from wheat for Monsanto, an agrochemical company using breeding and genetic modification to create herbicide-resistant crops, at its Chesterfield Village Research Center near St. Louis, Mo., Jan. 8. 2015. A fierce food fight has erupted in Congress over the labeling of genetically modified crops.
Research Assistant Erin Hall extracts DNA from wheat for Monsanto, an agrochemical company using breeding and genetic modification to create herbicide-resistant crops, at its Chesterfield Village Research Center near St. Louis, Mo., Jan. 8. 2015. A fierce food fight has erupted in Congress over the labeling of genetically modified crops. Laurie Skrivan St. Louis Post-Dispatch/TNS
Research Assistant Erin Hall extracts DNA from wheat for Monsanto, an agrochemical company using breeding and genetic modification to create herbicide-resistant crops, at its Chesterfield Village Research Center near St. Louis, Mo., Jan. 8. 2015. A fierce food fight has erupted in Congress over the labeling of genetically modified crops. Laurie Skrivan St. Louis Post-Dispatch/TNS

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