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Mona Miller wrote:Actually they occur in trees. Monarchs don't roost in field of GMO crops. They don't even nectar in those crops.
blazing star wrote:Yeah, and the photo posted is more evidence that the arbitrary of herbiciding have resulted in a crop margin void of any biodiversity and any milkweed. Thanks, again, for more evidence of the vast destruction that GM crops induce, Paul.
blazing star wrote:So now your logic will justify no milkweed colony because it's mowed? Mowed or hebicided; what's the difference Paul. The end result: no milkweed.
blazing star wrote:Fail. It is a documented fact that round up harms amphibians. Rodeo has to be used and Rodeo is much more expensive than round up and farmers are not concerned about paying more money to save some frogs.
blazing star wrote: Round up's carrying agent is toxic to amphibians.
http://www.scienceagogo.com/news/200507 ... _sys.shtml
blazing star wrote:You really don't know about round up, do you? Research before you post. That way, you can try to ensure that you don't spread misinformation
blazing star wrote: EPA determines that round up is toxic to amphibians.
http://www.epa.gov/espp/litstatus/effec ... nation.pdf
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