And the entire point of the resistance is so that they -can- use more.
Russ Whiteman

  1. The actual claim is: “GE crops have been responsible for an increase of 383 million pounds of herbicide use in the U.S. over the first 13 years of commercial use of GE crops (1996-2008)”
  2. The USDA did not say that, the Organic Center did.
  3. Peer-reviewed research shows the opposite.

Out of curiosity, after how many decades of successfully growing GE crops are farmers no longer acting without considering long-term interests? I would think two decades is more than adequate, but apparently you feel that isn’t enough.

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