Genetic engineering is a Good Thing?
Oz at upthorpe.demon.co.uk
Fri Oct 2 05:07:50 EST 1998
In article <VA.00001612.000cbd63 at rogersbox>, Roger Whitehead
<rgw at office-futures.com> writes
>The important questions, of course, are which chemicals and how much and
>how often and where and when and on what and in which combination. These are
>complex issues, not susceptible to such a simple response as "more" or "less".
Indeed not. One must consider safety aspects too.
There is little doubt that glyposate is particularly benign compared to
almost all pesticides so one wins out here too.
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