I don’t care if they label them, we label everything else, I’m just saying that it’ll be slim pickings to find something that doesn’t have a derivative of a GMO product.
The technology has developed so fast that they are even modifying minor crops. Honey, you know that bees get pollen from GMO crops. Meat, cattle are fed GMO crops. Sugars from cane, beets and corn all GMO.
The technology saves farmers money and the yields are over the top. The reason we aren’t going crazy about a shortage of corn because of the drought is because so many acres were GMO and even in the drought they yielded well.
Back to Roundup Ready type seeds, these are not GMOs they are bred not modified. Glyposphate is a salt and it disrupts plant growth. There has been extensively tested and it has shown little to no toxiciy to humans.
I have a question. I am by no means an expert in this matter. But, if I grow, say soybeans, that are roundup ready and these beans are only used as special seed for consumable soybeans, are the product soybeans roundup ready?