Tupelo organic farmer loses crop to herbicide drift
Will Reed examines an heirloom tomato plant in one of his fields off of Lumpkin Avenue.
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#1 May 8, 2013
Th corporate chemical and food companies do not want private farmers or organic .
#2 May 8, 2013
The European Commission is proposing legislation that would have the government regulate what can be planted to its tested, approved and accepted list of seeds. Some worry the legislation, in addition to being over-regulation by the government, would lead to less biodiversity and that it could set a precedent that could someday criminalize the average gardener planting so-called banned seeds.
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