Unfortunately, it appears that the technological capability to
produce these sorts of weapons is quickly spreading and I suppose
there will be a need for some sort of international convention.
It would be a pitty if the US were to the first to use this
weapon in a foreign nation ...... getting the genie
back in the bottle would be a wee bit difficult.
john henning, mcgill u.
From: "Frits v/d Laan" <F.vd.Laan@inter.nl.net>
Date: Wed, 17 Feb 1999 22:37:15 +1
Subject: Re: MASTER PLAN FOR MYCOHERBICIDES
> Subject: MASTER PLAN FOR MYCOHERBICIDES
Cannabis is gowing to be a major fibercrop which is much cleaner
than cotton and grows almost anywhere.
If the US government is really that stupid to let cropkilling
fungi into the environment the best reaction from the rest of the
world can only be a complete ban on unsterilized agricultural
products to avoid contermination by these fungi.
(Eurasia could react with a simular fungi killing soya but ;-)
> In brief, Monsanto and Dow will develop a GMO fungus "designed"
> target plant species.
> SEC. 303. MASTER PLAN FOR MYCOHERBICIDES TO CONTROL NARCOTIC CROPS.
> (a) IN GENERAL- The Director of the Office of National Drug
>Control Policy shall develop a 10-year master plan for the use
>of mycoherbicides to control
> narcotic crops (including coca, poppy, and cannabis) in the United
> States and internationally.
Frits v/d Laan
Organic horticulture. Gouda - Netherlands
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