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This is probably a big setback for the organic farming community.
08:18 in environment, Food and Drink | Permalink
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Sadly, I see it more as a setback for humanity... one day we'll realise we should have tested gmo thoroughly; I just hope it's not to late for biodiversity when we do.
February 01, 2011 at 07:02
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