Tag: GMO Crops
A recent analysis revealed that GM crops accumulate dangerous pesticides, and Monsanto’s research to the contrary is completely misleading.
A new study suggests that Monsanto’s Bt crops, created to fight certain pervasive pests, turn non-targeted, benign insects into threats.
New research shows that GMO corn farmers are losing their land and swimming in debt like never before – says GMO farming-sustainability research is false.
The USDA is brushing off activists, saying it needs ‘more time’ to conduct environmental studies on Monsanto’s GMO crops.
As long as GMOs keep getting planted and used, the whole food chain is endangered. Enacting GMO Labeling implies co-existence with GMO and non-GMO crops. Monsanto convinces Whole Foods executives and other food distributors and merchants that GMO, non-GMO, and organic crops can share the turf – but this isn’t true. A ban on GMOs may be the only solution.
When asked by a skeptical friend why you buy organic, do you find yourself tongue-tied? Was it obesity? Or thyroid problems? Why should you buy organic? There are numerous reasons to skip the mainstream supermarket food and shop at an organic grocer, but just one of those reasons revolves around the effects of pesticides.
Genetically modified organisms (GMOs) require more pesticide use on crops, say the authors of a 16-year study published in Environmental Sciences Europe. According to the researchers, 527 million pounds of a toxic herbicide have inundated farmlands since 1996. What’s more, this abhorrent amount is much greater than that promised by Monsanto, which claims that GM crops require smaller doses of herbicides like Roundup Ready.
What if the pesticides and herbicides being sprayed on your food was causing your sperm to die? Studies indicate that factors like glyphosate toxicity and GMO technologies could be playing a significant role in the growing number of men who struggle with fertility.
There will be 6 new GMO crops to be planted and on our dinner plate. Here’s your chance to sat NO. The first two crops have been on the old, slower-track approval process, which allows 60 days for the public to comment. The remaining four are new additions but are on the fast track, meaning we still only have until September 11th of 2012 to have our say before these seeds hit the soil and, maybe, your dinner table.
The news surrounding GMO crops continues to get further and further outlandish as the crops are increasingly mutated and sprayed with a medley of harsh pesticides, herbicides, and insecticides. The latest news comes from an unlikely source — an automotive publication known as Autoblog.