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  • Konrad Roeder's picture
    Konrad Roeder
    Nope. I did not forget about the GMO wheat incident in Oregon where Monsanto wants us to believe that five years after all the remaining seeds from their GMO wheat experiments were supposedly burned, "saboteurs" picked an 80-acre field in Oregon to plant a bunch of MON 71800 GMO wheat that was denied approval for sale that ONLY Monsanto could have possibly have had access. I suppose the ag industry would rather forget about the incident.

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    Konrad Roeder
    Biotech giant Monsanto says that its unapproved experimental wheat ended up growing at an Oregon field through what most likely was an isolated act of sabotage.

    "What happened in this field... is suspicious," said Monsanto Chief Technology Officer Robb Fraley on Friday, reporting on the ongoing investigation into the scandal.

    In late May, the US Department of Agriculture (USDA) announced the discovery of bioengineered wheat, which had been made resistant to Roundup, a Monsanto-sold pesticide. The plant was developed by Monsanto between 1998 and 2005, but was never approved and made into a commercial product.

    The company has thus far FAILED to determine how the crop entered the environment, and insisted that all genetically modified seeds were incinerated after testing.

  • NeedsTheTruth's picture
    did u forget about the GMO wheat incident?