Corn Comments 7.14 – SD Cornfields are Carbon Sinks

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In this week’s Corn Comments segment, Jim Woster discusses a recent study from South Dakota State University which found that South Dakota cornfields have become carbon sinks over the past few decades thanks our farming practices, increased yields and cold weather climate. The result of cornfields capturing carbon leads to a cleaner environment and stronger economy.

Woster also tackles the issue of Genetically Modified Foods and offers up some advice on marriage. Don’t miss this week’s Corn Comments podcast above.

 

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