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New Threat To World Food Supply - Will Wheat-Killer Fungus Be Used To Spread GMO Wheat? By F. William Engdahl
World  (tags: Agriculture, wheat, wheat-killer fungus, stem rust, Ug99, Africa, Pakistan, British New Scientist magazine, FAO, biofuel industry, world food supply, rise in cereal prices, USDA's Agricultural Research Service )

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Spread of deadly virus, stem rust, against which no effective fungicide exists, comes as world grain stocks reach lowest in 40 yrs & govt subsidized bio-ethanol production, esp in USA, Brazil & EU are taking land out of food production at alarming rates

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