"For a decade their user agreements have explicitly forbidden the use of the seeds for any independent research. Under the threat of litigation, scientists cannot test a seed to explore the different conditions under which it thrives or fails. They cannot compare seeds from one company against those from another company. And perhaps most important, they cannot examine whether the genetically modified crops lead to unintended environmental side effects." Scientific American article by the editors, online, August 13, 2009
is not a new article but it's news to me. As I was reading, corn popped
into my head. Corn is regulated by the FDA as a pesticide - a pesticide
- due to genetic modifications that cause the GMO corn blooms to
disperse insect-killing chemicals into the air that were bred into the
Has any research been done on the
effects of this pestilential corn, just for example? Only research
approved by the breeders of the seed is released.
Please read the article. If you have any interest in non-GMO foods, please consider contacting your Congresspersons about it.
Do Seed Companies Control GM Crop Research?: Scientific American
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