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Re: [AG] Genetically-Engineered Agriculture


Dale, who do you work for?
  I'm aware that universities get their funding from chemical
companies for their research on so called "safe" insecticides,
herbicides and the rest. So we can hardly call agricultural
research (for the most part) highly reliable, can we?
    Perhaps justifiable paranoia is healthy.

---- Original Message -----
From: Dale Tate (by way of Lucy Bradley
<BradleyL@ag.arizona.edu>) <tate@dzn.com>
To: <community_garden@mallorn.com>
Sent: Tuesday, January 04, 2000 5:16 PM
Subject: [cg] [AG] Genetically-Engineered Agriculture


> Hello,
>
> There seems to be a number of people getting paranoid over
Genetic
> Engineering. You can get some knowledge about the subject by
going to
> http://www.organicgardening.com/articles/article1_a.html
>
> Some people maintain that Monsanto, DuPoint, and others are
in the field of
> genetic engineering in order to make a dollar. That's how you
got your
> toast, orange, eggs, and bacon for breakfast this morning. I
thought this
> was the American way so what's so improper in making money.
>
> Do any of you have some feeling about the subject that you
are willing to
> divulge?
>
> Dale Tate
> 5305 Anchorage Ave.
> El Paso,TX 79924
> <mailto:tate@dzn.com>
> http://www.dzn.com/~tate/index.html
> 915.751.3879
>
>
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