Who is going to gain from this scenerio? Who is going to pay for it?
I'll tell you who profits...greedy, unethical, immoral corporations!
I'll tell you who picks up the pieces...the environment and the little guy!
It's the same disgusting act being played out over and over again!
So, what else is new? Business as usual!
Pilfered and Pissed,
Greg Prairie Dock Farm
And he slipped into the velvet lie,
He made his bread and butter by.
>Greg: yes, definitely, canola can outcross and transmit GE traits
>into adjoining fields. This has been experimentally documented and
>reported in the sci journal lit for several years. Likewise potato,
>for sure, and I believe other crops. My understanding is that the
>risk of outcrossing - transmitting GE traits into wild ancestors or
>other fields of the same crop - is so high as to have warranted a
>major international workshop at CIMMYT a couple of years ago - heard
>this from Bruce Hunter (Novartis) at a GE workshop in Ottawa this
>This is a known, predictable, and totally unacceptable risk that
>anyone involved in GE was/is aware of. It would be my hope that as
>producers see what is happening in their own fields, they will be
>much MUCH more cautious about believing the foolishness that is
>coming from GE proponents, not all of whom are employed by the life
>sciences companies. Ann
>Dr. E. Ann Clark
>University of Guelph
>Guelph, ON N1G 2W1
>Phone: 519-824-4120 Ext. 2508
>FAX: 519 763-8933
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