Tennessee researchers have developed six corn hybrids that may potentially lessen the risk of GMO contamination. Dennis West, a professor with the Department of Plant Sciences at the University of Tennessee, tells our sister publication Seed World that researchers at the university crossed white and yellow Tennessee corn lines with genetic stocks containing a cross-pollinator inhibitor gene. The research is significant for growers concerned about their non-GMO corn being cross-pollinated with GM varieties.

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