Charlie Griggin's questions are below.
I heard the piece tonight on the evening NPR while on the road. Help me
understand if I heard one part correctly. I believe it was said that
"agents" go around to fields suspected of having planted illicit seeds and
onto the property and spray a few selected soybean plants with Roundup,
then come back the next day and see if the plants died. If not, they
it evidence of having RR beans and pursue legal recourse.
Is this really the way it happens? And if they go onto private land of a
producer not dealing with RR beans, spray Roundup and kill some plants,
have they not damaged someone's crop, even if it is just a few plants?
it were an organic operation, would they not have just ruined someone's
certification by introducing spray?
Please tell me this isn't the way it's really happening? Perhaps I've
some vital details along the way.
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