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2017 GMOs, Dirty dozen and clean 15

When trying to eat healthy, we all know that is best to stick with whole, fresh foods. But when it comes to buying these fresh produce, we get stuck between the labels. 543 more words

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GMO's and Pesticides

Oftentimes there are debates in the modern world if GMO’s and pesticides are good for you. There has been long term research going on about how these products affect human health but no conclusive studies yet. 721 more words


Assault on Midwest Women & Children on the Rise

Growing up in the Midwest isn’t as idyllic as it used to be. The family farm has been eclipsed by sprawling thousand-fold acre parcels of corn and soybeans. 735 more words

What Is Organic

Musings from the In-Between: My Coming to Terms with the GMO Industry

by Laura Barley

Monotony. Uniformity. Cataclysmic Tragedy, Subsequent Death. As a self-identified liberal attending an institution built on the premise of promoting social welfare through nutritional outcomes, this is how Laura Barley has historically described images of technologized agriculture. 856 more words


Frankenfoods: Genetically Modified For Your Consumption

Whether you were examining the labels on your food products out of interest in the ingredients or simply because you were bored, you may have noticed over the past several months or so that many food products now contain some form of the circled statement in the above image.  1,989 more words

Random Ramblings

The Problem With Genetically Engineered Crops

So I read the peer-reviewed article, Genetically Engineered (GE) Crops: A misguided strategy for the twenty-first century?, and it was pretty interesting. My focus for this blog is intended to be on the the struggles or issues many modern gardeners face. 1,002 more words

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Why GMO’s are Controversial

GMO’s oftentime get a bad rap from those outside of the scientific community, and I believe that this stems from the thought that all GMO’s are killing butterflies and making the big agriculture millions if not billions of dollars. 1,451 more words