High Ozone Levels Found in Rural Air, Genes Migrating from Crops to Weeds, Remaining World Wilderness Area Estimated, and More

High concentrations of ozone are found in country
air, modified genes are migrating from crops to weeds, cows in a Dutch town
have a curfew, one-third of the world’s landmass is estimated wild, short
stature is linked to reduced cancer risk, and a food scientist finds a way to
improve the flavor of frozen corn. Originally published as "Country Air" in the November/December 1989 issue of MOTHER EARTH NEWS.

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