Is it possible that conventional corn (not organic) be non-gmo?
I thought all non organic corn produced now is genetically modified, but when I look at ingredients for couple whole foods products I bought that are not organic, they use corn but the product is advertised as non gmo. Is my belief false or is this false advertising?
- libertarianLv 65 months agoFavorite Answer
Yes non GMO corn is still grown. Herbicide and insecticide costs per acre are usually a bit higher than for GMO corn , but there is usually a small premium available when selling the crop to offset this.
- random_manLv 75 months ago
Yes, it is certainly possible.
Probably 80-90% of the conventional corn grown in the US is genetically engineered, but there is some that is conventional-non-GMO corn grown to satisfy that market.
- ZirpLv 75 months ago
Yes it is possible
- billrussell42Lv 75 months ago
"all non organic corn produced now is genetically modified" that is NOT true.