>Most people have heard of the Irish potato famine and other
>plant diseases that have wiped out a country's staple crop.
>Throughout history, there have been many famines and epidemics as
>a result of disease. What if they were caused deliberately? Many
>people are aware of the threat of biological weapons directed
>towards people, but few realize the potential dire effects of crop
>bioterrorism, the use of pathogens to cause a food crop epidemic
>or contamination of our food supply.
I would like some thoughts on how MONOCROPPING was and is responsible for
disease epidemics such as the Irish Potato Famine. Would diversifying crops
prevent possibility of bioterrorism?
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