Have you ever thought what corn is really used for in the United States? The U.S. Government began to subsidize corn in the late 1970s in an attempt to replace fossil fuels. However, ethanol from corn is not very efficient for fuel. In fact the ethanol made from corn increases the greenhouse gases when compared to standard gasoline. Yet the United States continues spending $10 to $30 billion dollars each year to corn farmers to grow even more. Take a look at this corn infographic to learn the facts about corn. Share your discoveries in the comments.