GMO wheat only found in one field on one farm



WASHINGTON — The U.S. Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service says all the evidence collected so far indicates the GMO wheat plants found in Oregon are limited
to one field on one Oregon farm.

In the first statement from the agency about the genetically-modified wheat investigation in nearly two months, they say they’ve tested seed and grain samples and interviewed nearly 270 farmers.

None of the growers reported seeing the GMOs in their fields.