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Germany Bans Genetically Modified Corn. Will the World Follow?

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“The ban on the cultivation of GM maize MON 810 was overdue. He put the GM-free agriculture and beekeeping,” said Kirsten Tackmann today’s decision by the Federal Agricultural Minister Ilse Aigner, the cultivation of genetically modified maize MON 810 in Germany to ban.

The agricultural spokesperson of the group the links:

“Minister Aigner was the legitimate protests and concerns no longer ignore. The ban on MON 810 maize shows that if extra-parliamentary actions associated with a parliamentary pressure, can policy be changed. Scientific concerns about the GM maize is not only a short time, but have been used for years presented. Therefore also reject four out of five consumers the use of agro-genetic engineering from. Under this pressure, the arguments had to the federal agriculture minister to respond and the bustle of a few at the expense of many an end.

The Monsanto machine must be exposed and eliminated.

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Written by mattliving

April 14, 2009 at 10:40 am

Posted in Big Business, Environment, Food

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