Some cosmetic changes in preparation for larger site changes in the works.


There are instances of patenting that make sense--hybrid roses, fruit trees, etc.

Veteran Member
8089 posts
Joined: Dec 14, 2005


Posted to Thread #23915 at 10:40 pm on Feb 25, 2013

that are produced by conventional breeding and then propagated from cuttings or grafting. But even those patents expire over time, and the patent doesn't apply to seeds--just "clones" made from cuttings.

GMO is so far removed from that that it's hard to even grasp what they're up to.

Other messages in this thread: