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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.
    Once on safari in deepest darkest Afganistan we ran out of Gin, and were compelled to survive on food and water for several days.


    I typically carry a flask of vodka for snakebites. I also carry a small snake.- W. C. Fields

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