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3 Responses to “Coast to Coast AM – Nov 15 2012 – GMO Dangers & Home Farming”

  1. There are so many factors involved, Barbara. Agrobacteria are used because they possess the ability to horizontally transfer DNA. Geneticists remove the part that transfers, then genetically engineer it and put it back into the bacteria then clone the GM agrobacteria. These bacteria are then used to transfer foreign DNA into organisms such as corn. Each of us will react a bit differently to GMOs with similar reactions from people with similar genetic makeup – I agree.

  2. Barbara Talbert says:

    Great program and I was interested in the agrobacterium portion especially. Many of the poeple calling in seemed to have the same thing. Wonder if by their particular physical makeup they are susceptible to agrobacterium and may be expressing it?

  3. Anon says:

    As for ORGANIC food companies, here is some very practical, ‘actionable’ information:

    Which, so-called “organic” food companies are fighting Prop 37 in California, to stop GMO labeling, and which organic food companies are funding/supporting GMO labeling (ie, your right to know)?
    http://www.cornucopia.org/wp-c.....oster.jpeg

    Boycott the Organic and ‘Natural’ Traitor Brands Whose Parent Companies Oppose Your Right to Know (ie, who opposed CA Prop 37)
    http://www.organicconsumers.or....._26121.cfm

    Which Mega-Corporations own which “organic” food companies?
    https://www.msu.edu/~howardp/organicindustry.html

    Download the “NON-GMO Shopping Guide” here:
    http://gmo.mercola.com/sites/g.....guide.aspx