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+ - BT Corn: insects rapidly becoming resistant->

Submitted by DrHeasley
DrHeasley (1059478) writes "BT corn, which contains the DNA for Bacillus thuringensis toxin, was once hailed as the final solution for insect predators on this valuable crop. Now it turns out that insects, and evolution, are smarter than we thought, and the corn that contains the built in pesticide is no longer reliably protected."
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