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  • Hey Mom! I have a project to do for Human Geography. Any way you could help? It's about Agriculture.
  • Sure I can help!
  • I was thinking about talking about GMOs.
  • Ok, well how about we ask my Uncle Carl. He's a farmer.
  • Now first things first, what do you want to talk about?
  • Genetically Modified Organisms, are created through gene splicing. This means that the DNAs of two separate organisms were merged together, to create an organism that isn't found through traditional crossbreeding.
  • With over 61 countries in the world banning GMOs, it shows that the effort to spread these products isn't going well. Also, due to their lack of labels when in stores, the purchase of these organisms is beginning to rapidly decrease.
  • Finally, over 94% of soy beans in the US are GM, as well as 90% of canola and 95% of sugar beets. GMOs often have been linked to toxic and allergic reactions, as well as possible dead livestock.
  • Thanks Great Uncle Carl! That will really help. Now I know that GMOs can be dangerous, and that they are also sometimes hidden away.
  • Thanks, Uncle Carl!
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