Monday, September 14, 2015

Scenes of GMO Corn

One thing I enjoy is driving along the country roads in my area. Whenever it is possible, perhaps because I have the time or because I am alone, I take the least traveled route to my destination. It offers an opportunity to enjoy the scenery and to listen to music.  These opportunities occur once in a while.  A few pictures of the GMO corn grown in this area appear below. This corn, when it is harvested later in September, is used as food for cattle. According to a recent article in the newspaper, the great majority of the corn grown in Kansas is genetically modified.