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The need for a change in the world of agriculture is undeniable. The world population is expected to approximately double in the next thirty years. To feed this many new mouths with the same agricultural practices, the amount of land available for agriculture must approximately double in size. The only available land that is not being used for agriculture already is the endangered and protected natural areas (Hileman 8). When the amount of land used for food production increases, then so does the amount of chemicals used in today's agricultural processes increase. These chemicals are vital because they offset or prevent the losses from weeds, pests, and diseases. Hopefully with new technologies, biotechnology being one of them, plants will be created that can grow and survive without the use of these environmentally harmful chemicals (Hileman 14). While many people agree that biotechnology will be at least part of the solution, they are also concerned about the safety of transgenic organisms that are released into the environment.…
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