Syngenta on Mexico’s GMO Corn Ban: It won’t stop there

Ag science giant, Syngenta, is asking the White House to personally step in and settle a dispute with Mexico over a proposed ban on GMO corn.

Syngenta says the bans likely will not stop with corn. The company says it asked both the Trump and Biden Administrations to make a trip to Mexico to discuss the issue, but it never happened.

This comes as Mexico looks to broker deals with individual producers from America and other countries to purchase Non-GMO corn directly.

Syngenta warns it will not be that easy, however, as the process of switching crops can sometimes take years.

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