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Message Subject Frankenfoods for YOU
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No one up to debate the Neurobiologist??? No takers, no one to call him paranoid???


Maybe not but for those on board with more organic foods:
[link to www.organicvalley.coop]


pigweed problems for cotton farmers


time to go natural-BACK TO HEMP and tell them to stuff their "round up ready" scam plan to steal the worlds food and leave us all sterilized, sick or dying

[link to southeastfarmpress.com]


serves monSATAN their just desserts
About 94 percent of Georgia's 1.21 million acres of cotton this year is Roundup Ready. “Roundup has been our most effective tool to manage this weed in Roundup Ready crops,” he says. “Most alternative control options are much less effective than Roundup in controlling a normal population of Palmer amaranth.”

Each year, some Georgia farmers have to deal with some Palmer amaranth plants that continue to grow after a spray with Roundup. This usually happens due to weather conditions or improper spraying.

Specialists with the UGA College of Agricultural and Environmental Sciences last fall suspected some Palmer amaranth weeds in central Georgia had resistance to Roundup. Many field and greenhouse trials and heritability studies now show that the Palmer amaranth population in central Georgia has true resistance, he says.

Scientists with Monsanto, registrant of Roundup Ready, are providing technical expertise and other help to address the problem, Culpepper says.

Farmers need to watch their fields carefully this year and remove any Palmer amaranth not hurt after a spray with Roundup, he says. This could help keep resistant plants from spreading. or NOT
 
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