Field of GMO’s

I’d complain about the seemingly everyday rain, but then I’d have to forget about last fall’s extreme drought. Planting season was tough around the weather for us. 

We worked this bottom up twice with nary a weed in sight when we planted the corn. The regular rain was good for it and the weeds that erupted between the rows. 

This photo is about four days after it was sprayed, and it was sprayed for weeds just in time! While I’ve been clearing rows of corn in our garden with a hoe, I can’t imagine doing the same over acres and acres of fields. 

Having a GMO crop like this allowed us to save this corn to be chopped later this fall for our cows to eat. I think they will approve. 

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