Developer of GMO Potatoes Renounces Own Work: Warns Against Consuming GMO Potatoes Dr Caius Rommens developed GMO potatoes, but subsequently renounced his work. He explains why we should be wary of the products he created Dr Caius
Disappointing to find not to many comments on this extremely vital and important world issue. Food growing and the geo-engineering clusterfrack, are, I feel extemely important world issues, they seem to go hand in glove.
Home » News » Articles » Analyzing the genes of ancient potatoes helps to improve future potato varieties Analyzing the genes of ancient potatoes helps to improve future potato varieties The enormous diversity of ancient / native potatoes can still be seen in countries like Peru, where many of these varieties are still grown.
Scientists think GMO crops may help us deal with climate change ... CAM plants survive on as little as one-fifth as much water as C3 and C4 plants. ... a senior scientist at the Center for Food ...
I learned, there is scientific consensus regarding GMO safety for existing GMO technology in food production. Where the public fear of GMOs got started in the scientific literature. Now back to those studies I mentioned earlier…in 1998, a study was published by a plant biochemist named Arpad Pusztai. He studied rats that were fed GMO potatoes ...
That’s enough of a reason to support California’s Prop. 37. There is no need to muddy the waters with difficult-to-interpret science. My e-mail inbox was flooded with messages yesterday about the new long-term rat study reporting that both GMO corn and Roundup (glyphosate herbicide) increase mammary tumors in mice.
Simplot’s new GMO “Innate potato” just gained USDA approval and the FDA is expected to approve it shortly, clearing the road for food manufacturers to start putting it in our food. According to Doug Gurian-Sherman , a plant pathologist and senior scientist at the Center for Food Safety, “ We think this is a really premature approval of a technology that is not being adequately regulated” .
Genetically modified organisms (GMOs) have been linked to thousands of toxic or allergic-type reactions, thousands of sick, sterile, and dead livestock, and damage to virtually every organ and system studied in lab animals.1 Nearly every independent animal feeding safety study shows adverse or unexplained effects.
GMOs increase the corporate control of our food. Monsanto, for example, now owns a staggering number of seed companies that were once its competitors. For people who buy groceries, it’s distressing to realize that the dozens of brands in the grocery store are mostly owned by a few parent companies.
Genetically modified foods (GMOs) have been getting a bad rep for years now as studies continue to come out revealing the dangerous nature of GMOs. Whether it be the harm they cause to people eating them, or the environment, many believe GMOs have no place in our world.