genetically engineered crops

David Brear dbrear at wharfe.demon.co.uk
Sat Sep 26 13:16:40 EST 1998


In article <DvCM1.2738$WT.398943 at news2.randori.com>,
?@?.? writes
>Biotechnology in crop production has proven to be safe. For example, 
>insect
>resistance in food crops allows less use of pesticides and therefore less
>residues in food. Let's remember "genetic engineering" occurs in 
>nature(i.e.
>cross pollination). Increasing food production on limited land and natural
>resources has and will continue to be a major concern throughout the 
>world.
>A save and reliable food supply is crucial to the need for a constantly
>growing world population. No one has any reason to be concerned with
>biotechnology. The science has proven GE food  to be save for human
>consumption.
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Isn't it nice how we will be able to use less artificial insecticide on
our artificial plants?

It's all artificial. That means man-made. That means it may go
wrong. Any arguments?
David Brear

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