Arizona Biotech Crops Articles




What to Know about GMOs


While others are in development, there are 10 commercially available biotech crops in the U.S.

After 100 Years, Victory Declared Over a Really Bad Bug


The attack was persistent, relentless, methodical and annually cost tens of millions of dollars and spread to other states.

Video: The Ag products Arizona Ships Around the Globe


Arizona exports cotton, fruits, vegetables, beef, dairy and seeds to over 70 countries including Canada and Mexico.

Biotech is Big Time in Arizona!


Arizona agriculture's three biotech crops are cotton, corn, and alfalfa.

Biotechnology in Agriculture: A Full List of Resources to Understand GMOs


Arizona Farm Bureau policy supports biotechnology in agriculture. The non-profit, non-partisan grassroots organization also supports organic and traditional agriculture.

Killing Pests At Home Versus on the Farm


By Joe Sigg, Arizona Farm Bureau: New information often force changes inthe ways we think about thi...

Arizona Agriculture is an Engine of Innovation!


By Julie Murphree, Arizona Farm Bureau: New USDA Discoveries Led to 180 New Inventions that include...

You Accept Biotechnology in Pharmaceuticals; Why Not in Agriculture?


By Katie Aikins, Arizona Farm Bureau: Though most people only think of biotechnology as being used ...

Why Do Arizona Agriculture's Farmers Grow Genetically Modified Crops?


Below is a recent presentation delivered by Brandon Leister, president of the Buckeye Local Farm Bu...

Arizona Agriculture Talks to a Retail Olive Farmer about GMO Labeling


By Julie Murphree, Arizona Farm Bureau: Jamie Johansson grows olives in Oroville, California and op...