Genetically engineered crops - List of sites
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Tue Oct 6 15:33:28 EST 1998
TIME TO FIGHT BACK!!
Surely enough of us have gardens, plant pots, old plastic coffee cups
to start the most radical eco-terrorism project ever undertaken. If
we organise, we could grow say, 1 weed between 50 people. If each of
those people puts the reproductive parts of their weeds in front of
the telly, radiation would bring about mutation and a diverse seed
bank. Then we simply test them all against round-up and find the
strains that are herbicide-resistant. Growing these on to produce the
innoculum to comat Monsanto would be easy. Then respectable
Barbour-clad birders could spread their seed as they go about their
birding. Soon the countryside would be full of Fat Hen and Partridge.
Tree sparrow and falling profits.
On Tue, 8 Sep 1998 22:14:41 +0100, David Brear
<dbrear at wharfe.demon.co.uk> wrote:
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