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The Death of 'Good Food'? Protest Over GM Potato Field Study

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A MOCK funeral procession to mark "the death of Ireland's good food sector" was held in Dublin yesterday by people opposed to the Teagasc field study on genetically modified (GM) potatoes. Up to 100 people took part in the march from St Stephen's Green

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Michael Kirkby (97)
Saturday September 15, 2012, 9:05 am
Noted and Twittered

Debra Van Way (12)
Saturday September 15, 2012, 2:06 pm
You know gmo is becoming such a plague against the planet-I begin to wish those behind Monsanto and their ilk would "disappear" permanently. A nice deep hole, some lime, rinse repeat until problem is solved. Then plant organic fruit and veggies over top. Yeah, fitting, don't you think? (yeah, I am bad :P)

M B. (62)
Sunday September 16, 2012, 11:29 am
To hell with that GMO, the mono crops, the Monsanto's and the likes. Farmers are forced to buy their seeds, only good for once, year after year. In the end I believe it kills us, not only the bugs. I want farmers seeds which are fertile, (yet).

Diane K. (134)
Tuesday September 18, 2012, 11:52 am
It is an epidemic, but ceases to end. May cause real disease in future, too.
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