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  • Genetically Engineered Seeds | Hydroponics Ireland Blog
    herbicide glyphosate which it markets under the Roundup brand Monsanto was among the first to genetically modify a plant cell along with three academic teams which was announced in 1983 and was among the first to conduct field trials of genetically modified crops which it did in 1987 It remained one of the top 10 U S chemical companies until it divested most of its chemical businesses between 1997 and 2002 through a process of mergers and spin offs that focused the company on biotechnology Wikipedia Posted in GMOs Monsanto Tagged Genetically Engineered Seeds Glyphosate GMOs Monsanto Roundup Leave a comment Additives 6 Aeroponics 18 Aquaponics 2 Boosters 1 Co2 2 Fans 5 Flowers Plants Herbs 28 GMOs 5 Grow Light Kits 1 Grow Room Accessories 4 Grow Schedules 8 Grow Systems 3 Growing Mediums 6 Hemp 3 Hydroponics 33 Indoor Gardening 55 LED Lights 2 Lighting 10 Monsanto 3 Nutrients 16 Odour Control 1 Orders 1 Organic 6 Pest Control 2 pH Control 4 Plagron 2 Pots 5 Propagation 4 Rooting Mediums 3 Soil Gardening 27 Specials 1 The Grow Shop New Location 1 Uncategorized 6 Ventilation 6 Additives Aeroponics Aquaponics Boosters Co2 Fans Flowers Plants Herbs GMOs Grow

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  • Glyphosate | Hydroponics Ireland Blog
    glyphosate which it markets under the Roundup brand Monsanto was among the first to genetically modify a plant cell along with three academic teams which was announced in 1983 and was among the first to conduct field trials of genetically modified crops which it did in 1987 It remained one of the top 10 U S chemical companies until it divested most of its chemical businesses between 1997 and 2002 through a process of mergers and spin offs that focused the company on biotechnology Wikipedia Posted in GMOs Monsanto Tagged Genetically Engineered Seeds Glyphosate GMOs Monsanto Roundup Leave a comment Additives 6 Aeroponics 18 Aquaponics 2 Boosters 1 Co2 2 Fans 5 Flowers Plants Herbs 28 GMOs 5 Grow Light Kits 1 Grow Room Accessories 4 Grow Schedules 8 Grow Systems 3 Growing Mediums 6 Hemp 3 Hydroponics 33 Indoor Gardening 55 LED Lights 2 Lighting 10 Monsanto 3 Nutrients 16 Odour Control 1 Orders 1 Organic 6 Pest Control 2 pH Control 4 Plagron 2 Pots 5 Propagation 4 Rooting Mediums 3 Soil Gardening 27 Specials 1 The Grow Shop New Location 1 Uncategorized 6 Ventilation 6 Additives Aeroponics Aquaponics Boosters Co2 Fans Flowers Plants Herbs GMOs Grow Light

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  • What is a GMO ??? Why should I care ??? | Hydroponics Ireland Blog
    their lives easier Bring economic benefits Benefit the environment Can help solve problems caused by climate change Reduce energy use Will help feed the world However a large and growing body of scientific and other authoritative evidence shows that these claims are not true On the contrary evidence presented in this report indicates that GM crops Are laboratory made using technology that is totally different from natural breeding methods and pose different risks from non GM crops Can be toxic allergenic or less nutritious than their natural counterparts Are not adequately regulated to ensure safety Do not increase yield potential Do not reduce pesticide use but increase it Create serious problems for farmers including herbicide tolerant superweeds compromised soil quality and increased disease susceptibility in crops Have mixed economic effects Harm soil quality disrupt ecosystems and reduce biodiversity Do not offer effective solutions to climate change Are as energy hungry as any other chemically farmed crops Cannot solve the problem of world hunger but distract from its real causes poverty lack of access to food and increasingly lack of access to land to grow it on Based on the evidence presented in this report there is no need to take risks with GM crops when effective readily available and sustainable solutions to the problems that GM technology is claimed to address already exist Conventional plant breeding in some cases helped by safe modern technologies like gene mapping and marker assisted selection continues to outperform GM in producing high yield drought tolerant and pest and disease resistant crops that can meet our present and future food needs Myth Genetic engineering is just an extension of natural breeding Truth Genetic engineering is different from natural breeding and poses special risks Posted in GMOs Tagged EU GMO GMO GMO myths and truths Leave

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  • EU GMO | Hydroponics Ireland Blog
    change Reduce energy use Will help feed the world However a large and growing body of scientific and other authoritative evidence shows that these claims are not true On the contrary evidence presented in this report indicates that GM crops Are laboratory made using technology that is totally different from natural breeding methods and pose different risks from non GM crops Can be toxic allergenic or less nutritious than their natural counterparts Are not adequately regulated to ensure safety Do not increase yield potential Do not reduce pesticide use but increase it Create serious problems for farmers including herbicide tolerant superweeds compromised soil quality and increased disease susceptibility in crops Have mixed economic effects Harm soil quality disrupt ecosystems and reduce biodiversity Do not offer effective solutions to climate change Are as energy hungry as any other chemically farmed crops Cannot solve the problem of world hunger but distract from its real causes poverty lack of access to food and increasingly lack of access to land to grow it on Based on the evidence presented in this report there is no need to take risks with GM crops when effective readily available and sustainable solutions to the problems that GM technology is claimed to address already exist Conventional plant breeding in some cases helped by safe modern technologies like gene mapping and marker assisted selection continues to outperform GM in producing high yield drought tolerant and pest and disease resistant crops that can meet our present and future food needs Myth Genetic engineering is just an extension of natural breeding Truth Genetic engineering is different from natural breeding and poses special risks Posted in GMOs Tagged EU GMO GMO GMO myths and truths Leave a comment EU allows DuPont Pioneer s GM supercorn Published February 14 2014 By admin EU

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  • GMO | Hydroponics Ireland Blog
    their lives easier Bring economic benefits Benefit the environment Can help solve problems caused by climate change Reduce energy use Will help feed the world However a large and growing body of scientific and other authoritative evidence shows that these claims are not true On the contrary evidence presented in this report indicates that GM crops Are laboratory made using technology that is totally different from natural breeding methods and pose different risks from non GM crops Can be toxic allergenic or less nutritious than their natural counterparts Are not adequately regulated to ensure safety Do not increase yield potential Do not reduce pesticide use but increase it Create serious problems for farmers including herbicide tolerant superweeds compromised soil quality and increased disease susceptibility in crops Have mixed economic effects Harm soil quality disrupt ecosystems and reduce biodiversity Do not offer effective solutions to climate change Are as energy hungry as any other chemically farmed crops Cannot solve the problem of world hunger but distract from its real causes poverty lack of access to food and increasingly lack of access to land to grow it on Based on the evidence presented in this report there is no need to take risks with GM crops when effective readily available and sustainable solutions to the problems that GM technology is claimed to address already exist Conventional plant breeding in some cases helped by safe modern technologies like gene mapping and marker assisted selection continues to outperform GM in producing high yield drought tolerant and pest and disease resistant crops that can meet our present and future food needs Myth Genetic engineering is just an extension of natural breeding Truth Genetic engineering is different from natural breeding and poses special risks Posted in GMOs Tagged EU GMO GMO GMO myths and truths Leave

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  • GMO myths and truths | Hydroponics Ireland Blog
    and make their lives easier Bring economic benefits Benefit the environment Can help solve problems caused by climate change Reduce energy use Will help feed the world However a large and growing body of scientific and other authoritative evidence shows that these claims are not true On the contrary evidence presented in this report indicates that GM crops Are laboratory made using technology that is totally different from natural breeding methods and pose different risks from non GM crops Can be toxic allergenic or less nutritious than their natural counterparts Are not adequately regulated to ensure safety Do not increase yield potential Do not reduce pesticide use but increase it Create serious problems for farmers including herbicide tolerant superweeds compromised soil quality and increased disease susceptibility in crops Have mixed economic effects Harm soil quality disrupt ecosystems and reduce biodiversity Do not offer effective solutions to climate change Are as energy hungry as any other chemically farmed crops Cannot solve the problem of world hunger but distract from its real causes poverty lack of access to food and increasingly lack of access to land to grow it on Based on the evidence presented in this report there is no need to take risks with GM crops when effective readily available and sustainable solutions to the problems that GM technology is claimed to address already exist Conventional plant breeding in some cases helped by safe modern technologies like gene mapping and marker assisted selection continues to outperform GM in producing high yield drought tolerant and pest and disease resistant crops that can meet our present and future food needs Myth Genetic engineering is just an extension of natural breeding Truth Genetic engineering is different from natural breeding and poses special risks Posted in GMOs Tagged EU GMO GMO GMO myths and

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  • EU allows DuPont Pioneer’s GM supercorn | Hydroponics Ireland Blog
    Co2 2 Fans 5 Flowers Plants Herbs 28 GMOs 5 Grow Light Kits 1 Grow Room Accessories 4 Grow Schedules 8 Grow Systems 3 Growing Mediums 6 Hemp 3 Hydroponics 33 Indoor Gardening 55 LED Lights 2 Lighting 10 Monsanto 3 Nutrients 16 Odour Control 1 Orders 1 Organic 6 Pest Control 2 pH Control 4 Plagron 2 Pots 5 Propagation 4 Rooting Mediums 3 Soil Gardening 27 Specials 1

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  • GMO Corn | Hydroponics Ireland Blog
    Light Kits 1 Grow Room Accessories 4 Grow Schedules 8 Grow Systems 3 Growing Mediums 6 Hemp 3 Hydroponics 33 Indoor Gardening 55 LED Lights 2 Lighting 10 Monsanto 3 Nutrients 16 Odour Control 1 Orders 1 Organic 6 Pest Control 2 pH Control 4 Plagron 2 Pots 5 Propagation 4 Rooting Mediums 3 Soil Gardening 27 Specials 1 The Grow Shop New Location 1 Uncategorized 6 Ventilation 6 Additives

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