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Old 08-22-2010, 10:30 PM
lgabrick lgabrick is offline
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Plants bred for hardiness are perfectly safe to eat. There are not any GM plants that have been genetically modified for hardiness. The GM plants are usually toxin resistant, they are able to soak up toxins and not die, or they can produce toxins to kill insects. Both of those things do not sound like something I would personally like to eat. I think people need to wake up to what they are actually eating.
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Old 11-16-2010, 04:04 AM
abdulazizkezi abdulazizkezi is offline
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For many, growing your own food is better to be green. With little effort, you can expect the results to be healthy, satisfying and delicious. Resources needed to grow fresh salads, vegetables and fruits in your front door using a number of other raw materials such as compost produced at home is vastly less than that required.
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