QThere are fact based DVDs out there, such as genetic roulette, King Korn and FOOD INC.!! Anyone reading this should watch anyall fact documentaries before asking dumb questions about GMOs pronounced geemows..QA Your article said Bt corn is safe ! Would yo

There are fact based DVDs out there, such as genetic roulette, King Korn and FOOD INC.!! Anyone reading this should watch anyall fact documentaries before asking dumb questions about GMOs pronounced geemows..QA Your article said Bt corn is safe ! Would you be willing to eat Bt corn everyday for 2weeks and prove that in a case study ??

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Posted on July 28, 2017
Hummingbird feeders often contain a sugar solution that is similar to plant nectar. Therefore, bees are attracted to these Hummingbird feeders, because similar to hummingbirds, the sugar/nectar attracts them. There are some hummingbird feeders on the market that are designed to prevent bees, ants, and other insects from getting in.   Bee decline is complex and often misunderstood by the public. Chris Sansone, Global Regulatory Affairs Manager of Insect Resistance Management (... Read More
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Posted on June 22, 2017
This site is dedicated to presenting the facts and research behind GMOs, agriculture and biotechnology. We work with appropriate experts, scientists and academia to get answers and information to any and all questions submitted to the website.   GMO Answers was created to do a better job answering your questions — no matter what they are — about GMOs. The biotech industry stands 100 percent behind the health and safety of the GM crops on the market today, but we... Read More
Posted on March 2, 2017
The term “GMO” typically refers to crops or animals that, through genetic engineering, have had a gene (or a few genes) from a different species inserted into their genome. So yes, by design, to improve a crop or animal with genetic engineering, the genome of the new, GE variety has been changed by the addition of new genes(s).     Your question also asks about whether inserting the new gene(s) will “…activate genes…” Some traits in... Read More