CFIA considers application for reduced lignin engineered alfalfa

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If this was truly the case, then how did the other GMO crops get introduced here that are obviously harmful to the environment and to animals and insects?

I have no idea what the properties are of this proposed alfalfa, but in light of the research emerging on the harm from existing GMO crops, let's take a step back and quit rushing these products through.

Janice Plante
FB: Fooled No More

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