>Yeah, I think you are right, but some people are very worried about putting
>these into the soil. Obviously, when the corn roots decompose, these
>go into the soil (along with all the other corn proteins). From what I
>about soil microbiology, all these proteins, including Bt toxins, are eaten
>up pretty quick by the hungry flora.
Was "what you know ...." the results of say, 50 years of measuring and
recording what happened ? On - say - a range of a couple of *counties*
where one crop - corn - is planted ? and what if the "hungry flora" is
"affected adversely" like poisoned, by the *manufactured* Bt, so what
you eventually have is eternally dead soil ?
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