Barbara H. Peterson on March 2nd, 2011

Agrobacterium could multiply and transfer transgenic DNA to other bacteria, as well as to the next crop to be planted. The discovery by the Bristol University researchers barely scratches the surface of the hidden hazards of GMOs from horizontal gene transfer. It is high time for a global ban to be imposed on further environmental releases of GMOs, and all those responsible for releasing them should be brought to book.

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