USDA: Modified wheat appears to be isolated
The Agriculture Department says it has no indications that genetically modified wheat found in Oregon last month has spread beyond the field in which it was found.
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#1 Jun 14, 2013
There could possibly be some hazardous fire weeds over 3 inches tall or some possible invasive Bermuda grass...those rhizomes that just may obsorb some neighboring micronutriants..or maybe a bird poop flyover with foriegn seeds....
#2 Jun 15, 2013
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