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(14) lead in reusable grocery bags

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(19)[Uncomposted] Beer in Compost - Soil Forum - GardenWeb "the yest [sic] will mess it up"


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(32)But he [the chairman of Johnny's Selected Seeds] argues that his typical customers' small market farmers and avid home gardeners' have better choices. Modern seeds, which are generally hybrid crosses, produce a "more vigorous plant, better resistance to diseases," he said.


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"Roger Beachy grew up in a traditional Amish family on a small farm in Ohio that produced food "in the old ways," he says, with few insecticides, herbicides or other agrochemicals. He went on to become a renowned expert in plant viruses and sowed the world�s first genetically modified food crop�a tomato plant with a gene that conferred resistance to the devastating tomato mosaic virus. Beachy sees no irony between his rustic, low-tech boyhood and a career spent developing new types of agricultural technologies. For him, genetic manipulation of food plants is a way of helping preserve the traditions of small farms by reducing the amount of chemicals farmers have to apply to their crops.."


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(40)Ironically, modern commercial varieties of tomatoes are much more genetically diverse than heirloom varieties. Heirloom varieties are all descended from the very small pool of germplasm that was collected from South America in colonial times. Modern varieties have been extensively crossed not only with new wild accessions of the same species but also many additional tomato species.


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(42)children who grow up as safe as humanly possible become adults who aren't adventurous, resilient, or confident

There must be a lot of persons on Gardenweb who grew up as safe as humanly possible.


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