Bad Seed News About GMO and Genetically Modified Crops on January 31, 2011
Noted animal rights activist Maneka Gandhi today urged the Karnataka government to emulate the example of its neighbouring state Kerala and ban the use of endosulphan chemical by farmers.
Bad Seed News About GMO and Genetically Modified Crops on January 30, 2011
Farmers are already troubled with wind-pollinated crops cross pollinating in either their own or neighboring fields. Even more so in the case of GM plants, especially Alfalfa, for several reasons.
Sprouters Northwest, Inc. has been named in a couple of lawsuits, after the company issued a voluntarily recall of its clover and clover mix products because of potential Salmonella contamination.
World-famous independent scientist researching the risks of GMOs wins libel case against biotech association fronting a concerted campaign to discredit and victimize him.
22,000 people demonstrated from the main train station through the government district to the Brandburger Tor against polluting agriculture in Germany and its consequences for health and nature.
Bad Seed News About GMO and Genetically Modified Crops on January 27, 2011
Pinky's interview with Jeffrey Smith
Bad Seed News About GMO and Genetically Modified Crops on January 25, 2011
Vegans and vegetarians have to take special care to get enough vitamin B12 and protein, but like anyone, they can get all the nutrients they need from a varied diet of plants and grains.
Watch out for the word "unscientific" in propaganda that's pushing GMOs, pesticides or other dangerous chemicals onto our world.
Bad Seed News About GMO and Genetically Modified Crops on January 24, 2011
The CEO of a global leader in the testing and certification of non-GMOs, talked about the challenges of GMO testing and future trends.
The first laboratory for analyzing genetically modified organisms, or GMO, in Turkey was recently opened at Ege University’s Agriculture Faculty in the Aegean province of İzmir.
The Montana organization sees whole grains as logical choice in school cafeterias.
Because Monsanto controls the plants and the seeds, outside of their own labs there has been little if any research related to the safety of the foods produced by their genetically modified seeds.
The consequences of growing GMs has been the emergence of pesticide- and herbicide-resistant superweeds, which farmers now have trouble controlling.
Bad Seed News About GMO and Genetically Modified Crops on January 22, 2011
Nobody really knows what the real effects of GMOs are or will be in our future. Always there will be speculation from those that want to benefit from their uses and from those that are wary of perfunctory claims.
Another case of one bad and rotten tomato amongst the lush and healthy one. Romania’s National Federation of Farm Producers has urged the European Union to introduce genetically modified (GMO) crops.
Bad Seed News About GMO and Genetically Modified Crops on January 20, 2011
"Wikileaked" diplomatic cables revealed that Bush administration officials were doing everything in their power to undermine the E.U.'s ban on genetically modified (GM) crops.
It was shocking to see the editorial advocating the planting of genetically modified sugar beets before the U.S. Department of Agriculture study is complete.
Just like the debate on mosquitoes and DDT, I still find it strange that a scientific fact, such as the harm that GMOs bring, is subjected to ‘social’ debate. - Amon Mbekiza
The European Parliament meeting was yet another chance for EFSA to listen to the views of other scientists and sectoral groups on GMOs.
The U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service has agreed to stop planting genetically engineered (GE) crops on all its refuges within a dozen Northeastern states.
The once formidable addition to our diets has become a shadow of its former self because apples no longer have the nutritional value of their chemical-free predecessors.
Bad Seed News About GMO and Genetically Modified Crops on January 18, 2011
UK scientists have created the world's first genetically modified chickens which they say do not spread bird flu.
Bad Seed News About GMO and Genetically Modified Crops on January 15, 2011
If you care about your health or the health of your family, don't feed them McVomit's Chicken McNuggets.
Despite a Supreme Court decision to regulate genetically engineered, Roundup Ready alfalfa for widespread commercial use in June 2010, the USDA is again poised to release this potentially harmful crop for national use.
Bad Seed News About GMO and Genetically Modified Crops on January 11, 2011
The Obama Administration has been planting toxic genetically modified plants in wildlife refuges. A lawsuit has stopped the insane practice in some but not all refuges.
Bad Seed News About GMO and Genetically Modified Crops on January 10, 2011
Scientists have proffered plenty of theories to explain the mass bird die-offs in Europe and the US, but two stand out; the rapid shift of the Magnetic North Pole and a US military test of poison gas.
Bad Seed News About GMO and Genetically Modified Crops on January 6, 2011
Nanotechnology, the process of manipulating matter at the atomic and molecular level, has no place in organic food. Like genetic modification, it is the antithesis of the organic concept.
Bad Seed News About GMO and Genetically Modified Crops on January 3, 2011
Children can learn to enjoy healthier foods if they grow them with their parents. It's easier than you think.
Over the past decade, as genetically modified crops have failed year after year, 200,000 farmers in India have killed themselves.
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