Most of us wouldn’t give a second thought about the future of organic corn, especially if we purchase organic products regularly. We go to the store, select our organically-labeled produce, pay for the product and we’re on our way. Organic vegetables, fruits and grains are a perennial favorite these days, and what one store may not have, the next will likely stock.
But for biologist Frank Kutka, the future of organic farming isn’t that simple, especially when it comes to corn. In fact, its future is anything but secure.