While others are in development, there are 10 commercially available biotech crops in the U.S.
The attack was persistent, relentless, methodical and annually cost tens of millions of dollars and spread to other states.
Arizona exports cotton, fruits, vegetables, beef, dairy and seeds to over 70 countries including Canada and Mexico.
Arizona agriculture's three biotech crops are cotton, corn, and alfalfa.
Arizona Farm Bureau policy supports biotechnology in agriculture. The non-profit, non-partisan grassroots organization also supports organic and traditional agriculture.
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