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  • Future of US citrus may hinge on consumer acceptance of genetically modified food

    University of Illinois agricultural communications professor Taylor Ruth was a member of a research team that studied American consumers’ attitudes toward genetic modification science in hopes of saving the U.S. citrus industry from citrus greening disease.

    University of Illinois agricultural communications professor Taylor Ruth was a member of a research team that studied American consumers’ attitudes toward genetic modification science in hopes of saving the U.S. citrus industry from citrus greening disease.

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  • Editor’s notes: To reach Taylor Ruth, call 217-300-6442; email tkruth@illinois.edu

    The paper “A model for understanding decision-making related to agriculture and natural resource science and technology” is available online or from the News Bureau

    DOI: 10.5032/jae.2018.04224

    The paper “Are Americans’ attitudes toward GM science really negative? An academic examination of attitudes and willingness to expose attitudes“ is available online or from the News Bureau

    DOI:  10.1177/1075547018819935