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Of course, cotton is still by far the most popular natural fiber. But

 

chances are even the T-shirt you're wearing is made at least partly from

 

genetically engineered crops. That's because 52 percent of cotton grown

 

last year was genetically engineered with a bacteria gene to resist bugs

 

without the need for pesticides, according to the U.S. Department of

 

Agriculture.

Now, with more apparel manufacturers turning to Ingeo, more clothes on the

 

rack will have gotten their start in a gene lab. Nearly half the nation's

 

corn crops are genetically engineered to withstand sprayings of a popular

 

weed killer.

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