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    Default GMO Potatoes

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    It's scary it all seems so great.
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    It's not just potatoes getting modified.

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    They must be spreading that crap through the air, I grew a tater this year that looks like a set of testicles.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bambam View Post
    They must be spreading that crap through the air, I grew a tater this year that looks like a set of testicles.
    BAWAAAHHHHH!!!!! I just spit coffee all over my computer.... thanks bambam!
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    I had a yellow straight neck squash do that. Let me see if I can find that photo and show you



    And a carrot do this...


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    Quote Originally Posted by bambam View Post
    They must be spreading that crap through the air, I grew a tater this year that looks like a set of testicles.
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    I had squash this year do the exact same thing
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    It's weird. I don't use store bought seeds either. All my seeds are heirloom from my own produce I save the seeds from. There are no crop fields within 40 miles of me so if it's over spray causing it, it has to travel a ways on the wind. All of those crops are cotton, maise and feed corn.
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    I'm having trouble at the moment posting a picture, I think it's my location....... I had some funny tomatoes I was going to share, I didn't get a pic of the squash. I also used heirloom seeds, on a side note I have green beans (actually they're yellow...Cherokee wax), and peas doing quite well right now.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Camouflaged View Post
    It's weird. I don't use store bought seeds either. All my seeds are heirloom from my own produce I save the seeds from. There are no crop fields within 40 miles of me so if it's over spray causing it, it has to travel a ways on the wind. All of those crops are cotton, maise and feed corn.
    My BIL lives in BCS and is a sales rep for Dow. That selective herbicide and pesticide is some scary stuff. Not to mention GMO crops.
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