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GMO Corn on the cob, can you tell you are eating it?

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posted on Oct, 5 2013 @ 06:05 PM
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posted on Oct, 6 2013 @ 09:48 AM
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They on sale to the general public everywhere. Theyre just not labeled as such.
Given Monsanto made sure no longer one could hoard heirloom seeds, non GMO for things like corn or soy are not for sale very many places.
So of you buy corn seeds on line, there a 98% chance they are GMO.
There's a reason all of us himecfrowers keep lists on companies that sell NO Gmos at all, and there are not a lot of them anymore.



posted on Oct, 6 2013 @ 02:47 PM
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I am sorry but this simply is not true. GMO's are not available to the general public. If a corn seed was even contaminated with the GMO patented strain, you can bet your sweet @$$ that Monsanto would be suing. GMO's are purchased in large quantities and there are contracts made up to even be in possession of these seeds.
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posted on Oct, 6 2013 @ 02:49 PM
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I think you may be getting GMO confused with hybrid seeds.



posted on Oct, 7 2013 @ 12:16 AM
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Monsanto OWNS SEEDS COMPANIES. THEY SELL ONLY GMO SEEDS.
And I know the difference between Gmos and hybrids.
They absolutely DO sell Gmos seeds. They've contaminated so many fields with their crap, you really think they're not selling us Gmos.
Can you splice it and do dna testing on any seed you buy.
No so,.... What are the chances Monsanto is selling non Gmos.
Like none

There's a reason we have to find seed brands NOT OWNED MY MONSANTO, as you will buy GMO seeds if you buy their brands.
There's a reason obama gave them omnipotent power over the seed supply, and made keeping heirloom seeds illegal for farmers.
Look it up, it's part of the codex alimentarius manifesto.


www.urbanorganicgardener.com...

One of the questions that I often get and have had myself for a while is where can you buy non-gmo seeds or seeds from companies that aren’t owned by Monsanto.Monsanto owns something like 90-95% of the seed companies out there. So the company might not be selling genetically engineered seeds, the money is still going into the pockets of Monsanto. I’m not down with that.Here are some seed companies that I’ve either worked with or have been highly recommended by others.

















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