In May, the NAS issued a comprehensive report: “Genetically Engineered Crops: Experiences and Prospects.” The report’s key finding takes in the entire period of US cultivation of GMO crops:
“The nation-wide data on maize, cotton, or soybean in the United States do not show a significant signature of genetic-technology on the rate of yield increase.” — Chapter 6, Page 66.
A less ponderous translation: the genetic engineering of crops hasn’t resulted in rising output.
Phi Beta Iota: This important intelligence (decision-support) in the public interest is not being covered by the corrupt mainstream media. Nor does the secret intelligence and counterintelligence community “do” agricultural intelligence or counterintelligence against domestic enemies of the public interest.