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Seed growers sue Oregon over canola expansion

Aug 16, 2012 | 1 Comment


By The Associated Press

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11:54 am - Sat, August 18 2012
seeker59 said:
For all you people that shop farmers markets for wholesome organic foods you need to read up on what gmo crops do to organic crops,and the soil,and the ground water,and your health,gmo's are now banned in India,China,Egypt,Europe and a host of other countries,Why?gmo's are now banned in wildlife areas in the south,Why?contamination.Everyone needs to read up on gmo's,Just google GMO,it involves round-up and gene splicing,and it is being fed to you and your kids every day in proccessed foods and produce because they (monsanto) does not have to label the foods,in fact they are fighting lawsuits that would require labeling.KEEP GMO'S OUT OF OREGON!

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