On Mon, 19 Jan 1998, Erorganic wrote:
> Genetically modified (GMO) Rhizobium bacteria will pollute the world
> within 7 years. Genetically modified Rhizobium will profit no one and has the
> real potential for disrupting the entire earth eco-system. It is time to halt
> and with valid and quality information rethink our future.
"They" (livestock factory farming industry: hog, beef, poultry) haven't
begun to compost and use as fertilizer the trillions of tons/gallons of
livestock manure that is generated year after year. I know that some
operations are but I imagine most just lagoon or field apply manures.
Making it mandatory to recycle _all_ livestock manure would result in an
exponential increase in quality (on all counts) of soil enriched thereby
thus making the use of GMO rhizobium unecessary.
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