Friday, March 11, 2011

Another reason to avoid Kansas

USDA okays rice modified with human gene to be grown on 3,000 Kansas acres


Steve Bates said...

This is getting just too weird.

ellroon said...

The problem is that genetically modified crops don't stay in one place. The pollen blows, it changes the very weeds around the area, affects the crops in neighboring farms.

Pandora's box, once opened, cannot be closed again. And we've opened it.