GMO Free Arizona hosts Robert A. Streit PhD, CCA, CPCS, Agronomist and Iowa Farmer. Hear Bob explain the damages associated with the production & cultivation of GMO Chemicals and...Read More
Commercial Approval of Engineered Bentgrass Given Despite Failed Efforts to Stop Its Spread From Old Experiment Plots PORTLAND, Ore.— The Environmental Protection Agency released a final environmental impact statement today giving the green light to genetically engineered creeping bentgrass, a highly invasive grass genetically engineered by Monsanto and Scotts to withstand what would normally be a fatal dose of the herbicide glyphosate. Decades-old outdoor experiments have proven the novel grass impossible to control, as it escaped from “controlled” plots and invaded irrigation ditches, river banks and the Crooked River National Grassland, crowding out native plants and the wildlife that...Read More
A genetically modified crop eaten by millions of people and animals around the world may be unsafe because of previously undetected toxic effects, a study has claimed. Maize that has been modified to survive being sprayed with high doses of weedkiller contains “worryingly large increases” in substances that can worsen allergic reactions and increase the risk of cancer, according to research by King’s College London. The NK603 maize has been widely planted in the US, Canada, Brazil and Argentina since being approved more than a decade ago. Monsanto, which produced it, said that it was “substantially equivalent” to non-GM...Read More
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