(Maybe a gmo farmer could explain "art." Would that involve chemicals? Glyphosate?

Non-GMO premium draws growers

Amber Selman, The Southern News Services

April 07, 2015

Her family crunched the numbers and found they could increase profits if they weren’t paying a technology fee for GMO traits in addition to receiving a premium on non-GMO ranging from $1.80 to $2.10 per bushel.

Luke Davies, DuPont Pioneer commercial unit lead, said there has been a strong market for non-GMO soybeans because there has been strong demand.

“Growing high-yielding non-GMO beans is an art, and those who have been in the industry awhile have mastered that art,” he said.

Arty turns 11 this summer.