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I hate it when they lump cross breeding of existing species to improve crops etc

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Posted to Thread #23915 at 11:54 pm on Feb 26, 2013

with GMO. If Farmer A likes the size of Farmer B's wheat and borrows some stalks and tries to pollinate his to develop a better crop, that is nature. GMO is splicing in genes that don't belong, such as the Frankensalmon, all Montanto pesticide ridden crops and who knows what else.

I am very disappointed in California for not passing our GMO labeling bill but it was a start and it will continue to be lobbied to come into law as time goes by.

Meantime, one wonders how all of this human experimentation is going to come out?

"Well-behaved women rarely make history."

LT Ulrich

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