Driven by Dollars to Non-GMO Seed

Nathan Reed is rumbling north on a Lee County levee with Crowley’s Ridge rising a mile west and the old St. Francis River rolling two miles east. Wedged in the flats between levee and river, farmland flashes by in hazy green blocks as the gray Ford F-150 Raptor crunches gravel on the levee spine. Reed brings up his right hand in an arc and points across a non-GMO landscape of corn, cotton and soybeans. “Money and survival,” he says. “This is about the total price picture.”

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