Wednesday, October 01, 2014

Wash. wheat farmer found GM plants in 2007 - AgMinute for October 1, 2014

A USDA investigation found a Washington farmer had experienced problems with glyphosate-resistant wheat in 2007 but destroyed the crop before it could be tested for a transgenic trait. Click Here for the full story

1 comment:

Colm Barry said...

These crops cross over into "organic farmland" just as any other crop would. Since they are allegedly more "fit to survive" they will slowly crowd out non-GMO crops and to add insult to injury farmers may even have to pay for the unwanted intruders by way of "patent infringement".

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