Trek through the world's largest corn maze

There's something different about the rows of corn on the Richardson Farm in Spring Grove, Ill., because every year about 65,000 people visit what the Richardson family calls the most detailed and complicated corn maze in the world.

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+2 1. sidewinder commented 6 years ago

USA - the bigest consumer of GMO maize in the world.
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+20 2. Dmitry commented 6 years ago

A-Maze-Ing!
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+17 3. hdwg commented 6 years ago

#1 That's just Corny.
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+6 4. librabooks commented 6 years ago

It's a Maize Maze!
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+7 5. glassweaver commented 6 years ago

Wow. This place is less than an hour away from me and I've never even heard of it! And they apparently have zorbs!

Looks like I'll have to wait till next year, but I know what I'll be doing come August. 8)
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0 6. schlafanzyk commented 6 years ago

Only in America does farming and creativity mix
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+1 7. sux2bu commented 6 years ago

#1 More than a dozen countries around the world have latched on to the technology, including Argentina, Canada, China, Australia, India, and Mexico.
No harm to humans by GMO has ever been reported , just lots of anti-GMO rhetoric by "organic only" supporters.
"Within the scientific community, the debate over the safety of GM foods is over. The overwhelming conclusion is, in the words of the American Association for the Advancement of Science, that "consuming foods containing ingredients derived from GM crops is no riskier than consuming the same foods containing ingredients from crop plants modified by conventional plant improvement techniques." Major scientific and governmental organizations agree. The U.S. National Academy of Sciences found that "no adverse health effects attributed to genetic engineering have been documented in the human population," and a report issued by the European Commission made the same claim. The World Health Organization has concluded that GM foods "are not likely, nor have been shown, to present risks for human health."
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+2 8. samxgx commented 6 years ago

this video actualy cleared up Crop circle's for me.
they are maze games for midgets!