>So the risk of making and dispersing Roundup-ready SORGHUM would be crossing
>into, and increased fitness of weeds that are already dangerous in the
>agroecosystem. But expression of such events would be expected to DECREASE
>fitness in environments other than the row-crop system. Over-expression of
>genes has a cost.
>But the thread was about Bt corn. In what way to do you think Bt corn is
>going to get out and proliferate across the landscape?
Well sir this is just the problem. "The industry" in its wisdom spares us
the spectre of Bt Johnson grass. But Bt corn *is* spreading across the
landscape. This seed is now being sold in Mexico (no government regulations
because of course its 'substantially equivalet' to regular corn according
to our wise FED et al.) where there are wild relative than can and are
The arrogance and irresponsibility of this industry verily chills the
blood. 12 monkeys.
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