The U.S. government says it has tested a dozen wheat samples in an effort to resolve the mystery...


The U.S. government says it has tested a dozen wheat samples in an effort to resolve the mystery surrounding GMO wheat found in Oregon and calm a troubled market for U.S. wheat exports. Meanwhile, Monsanto (MON -0.2%) says the extensive testing confirms its belief that the finding of the GMO wheat is an isolated, even suspicious, incident that could not have happened via normal farming processes.

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  • KJP712
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    The evidence was planted.
    22 Jun 2013, 12:31 AM Reply Like
  • Merigolden
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    A little comic relief is much appreciated in this sad state of Moninsanity, KJP712! On a more serious note, however, the GMO wheat seed was most certainly relocated by common natural means, and that would be wind or animal seed dispersal. Any 4th grader can attest to it. I hate to call names here, but Monsanto is such a crock!
    24 Jun 2013, 09:07 PM Reply Like
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