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Does a GMO label make scientific sense for sugar beets? Ag scientist says ‘no’

| April 15, 2014
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As a scientist, I cannot understand how anyone can think GMO labeling makes sense.  To be fair, I have identified a standard for when I’ll accept GMO labeling.

I’ll fully support labeling when someone can answer the question at the end of this blog entry: What is the difference between sucrose molecules from conventional sugar beets, organically grown sugar beets and glyphosate-resistant sugar beets?

Read the full, original article: GMO Labeling: I’ll Agree When…

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