GMO Food List to Avoid (Monsanto Companies) & The Dangers of GMO Food

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GMO PROJECT VERIFIED NON-GMO FOODS LIST: http://www.nongmoproject.org/

ORGANIC (NON-GMO) BUYING GUIDE: http://organicconsumers.org/btc/BuyingGuide.cfm

NON-GMO SHOPPING GUIDE: http://www.nongmoshoppingguide.com/

GMO-FREE BRANDS: http://gmo-awareness.com/shopping-list/gmo-free-brands/

 

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GMO Food List to Avoid

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What’s Our Problem with Monsanto? This Photo Says it All

(photo thanks to http://2012thebigpicture.wordpress.com/2013/10/25/whats-our-problem-with-monsanto-this-photo-says-it-all)

Yes, Genetically Modified Organisms and anything that Monsanto develops—such as Roundup—are ticking time bombs.

 

All of the evidence below points to the need to establish community organic gardens and individual organic gardens. I’m starting my own this summer with NON-GMO Seeds! See info here  for an excellent company that assists with Organic Gardening. Home Depot also has several home-gardening kits and structures.

Doctors Warn About Dangers of

Genetically Modified Food

(NaturalNews) The American Academy of Environmental Medicine has warned that the public should avoid genetically modified (GM) foods, stating, “There is more than a casual association between GM foods and adverse health effects. There is causation.”

A large number of studies and incidents have implicated GM foods in a wide variety of health problems, including accelerated aging, immune dysfunction, insulin disorders, organ damage and reproductive disruption.

For more info, go to: http://www.naturalnews.com/035734_GMOs_foods_dangers.html

 

So you think buying produce at Whole Foods is safe? Think Again:

USDA Forces Whole Foods To Accept Monsanto

 

GMO alert: top 10 genetically modified foods to avoid eating

NaturalNews) There is a conspiracy of selling out happening in America. Politics and personal interest it would seem determine government policies over and above health and safety issues. When President Obama appointed Michael Taylor in 2009 as senior adviser for the FDA, a fierce protest ensued from consumer groups and environmentalists. Why? Taylor used to be vice president for Monsanto, a multinational interested in marketing genetically modified (GM) food. It was during his term that GMO’s were approved in the US without undergoing tests to determine if they were safe for human consumption.

The danger of GMO’s

The question of whether or not genetically modified foods (GMO’s) are safe for human consumption is an ongoing debate that does not seem to see any resolution except in the arena of public opinion. Due to lack of labeling, Americans are still left at a loss as to whether or not what is on the table is genetically modified. This lack of information makes the avoiding and tracking of GM foods an exercise in futility. Below are just some of the food products popularly identified to be genetically modified:

http://www.naturalnews.com/028245_GM_food_side_effects.html

Top produce items on the list: Corn and tomatoes. Yikes! I’m going to grow my own, or buy organic/Non-GMO. Unfortunately food companies are not required by law (yet) to label Non-GMO but there will come a time soon when they are. Unfortunately large food megalopolies have lobbyists preventing labeling legislature.

1. Corn – Corn has been modified to create its own insecticide. The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has declared that tons of genetically modified corn has been introduced for human consumption. Monsanto has revealed that half of the US’s sweet corn farms are planted with genetically modified seed. Mice fed with GM corn were discovered to have smaller offspring and fertility problems.

2. Soy – Soy has also been genetically modified to resist herbicides. Soy products include soy flour, tofu, soy beverages, soybean oil and other products that may include pastries, baked products and edible oil. Hamsters fed with GM soy were unable to have offspring and suffered a high mortality rate.

3. Cotton – Like corn and soy, cotton has been designed to resist pesticides. It is considered food because its oil can be consumed. Its introduction in Chinese agriculture has produced a chemical that kills cotton bollworm, reducing the incidences of pests not only in cotton crops but also in neighboring fields of soybeans and corn. Incidentally, thousands of Indian farmers suffered severe rashes upon exposure to BT cotton.

4. Papaya – The virus-resistant variety of papaya was commercially introduced in Hawaii in 1999. Transgenic papayas comprised three-fourths of the total Hawaiian papaya crop. Monsanto bestowed upon Tamil Nadu Agricultural University in Coimbatore technology for developing papaya resistant to the ringspot virus in India.

5. Rice – This staple food from South East Asia has now been genetically modified to contain a high amount of vitamin A. Allegedly, there are reports of rice varieties containing human genes to be grown in the US. The rice will create human proteins useful for dealing with infant diarrhea in the 3rd world. China Daily, an online journal, reported potential serious public health and environment problems with genetically modified rice considering its tendency to cause allergic reactions with the concurrent possibility of gene transfers.

6. Tomatoes – Tomatoes have now been genetically engineered for longer shelf life, preventing them from easily rotting and degrading. In a test conducted to determine the safety of GM tomatoes, some animal subjects died within a few weeks after consuming GM tomatoes.

7. Rapeseed – In Canada, this crop was renamed canola to differentiate it from non-edible rapeseed. Food stuff produced from rapeseed includes rapeseed oi (canola oil) l used to process cooking oil and margarine. Honey can also be produced from GM rapeseed. German food surveillance authorities discovered as much as a third of the total pollen present in Canadian honey may be from GM pollen. In fact, some honey products from Canada were also discovered to have pollen from GM rapeseed.

8. Dairy products – It has been discovered that 22 percent of cows in the U.S. were injected with recombinant (genetically modified) bovine growth hormone (rbGH). This Monsanto created hormone artificially forces cows to increase their milk production by 15 percent. Milk from cows treated with this milk inducing hormone contains increased levels of IGF-1 (insulin growth factors-1). Humans also have IGF-1 in their system. Scientists have expressed concerns that increased levels of IGF-1 in humans have been associated with colon and breast cancer.

9. Potatoes – Mice fed with potatoes engineered with Bacillus thuringiensis var. Kurstaki Cry 1 were found to have toxins in their system. Despite claims to the contrary, this shows that Cry1 toxin was stable in the mouse gut. When the health risks were revealed, it sparked a debate.

10. Peas – Peas that have been genetically modified have been found to cause immune responses in mice and possibly even in humans. A gene from kidney beans was inserted into the peas creating a protein that functions as a pesticide.

The GMO link to strange disease

As early as 2008, NaturalNews.com reported about a condition called Morgellon’s disease. The article went on to report the symptoms of the disease as follows: crawling, stinging, biting and crawling sensations; threads or black speck-like materials on or beneath the skin; granules, lesions. Some patients report fatigue, short term memory loss, mental confusion, joint pain and changes in vision. Furthermore, there have been reports of substantial morbidity and social dysfunction leading to a dip in work productivity, job loss, total disability, divorce, loss of child custody and home abandonment.

Prior to its reporting, the condition was dismissed as a hoax, but upon further investigation, the evidence pointed out that the disease was real and may be related to genetically modified food.

Despite this link being established, the CDC declared Morgellon’s disease of unknown origin. Worse, the medical community could not offer any information to the public regarding a cause for the symptoms.

When a research study was conducted on fiber samples taken from Morgellons patients, it was discovered that the fiber samples of all the patients looked remarkable similar. And yet, it did not seem to match any common environmental fiber. When the fiber was broken down, and it’s DNA extracted, it was discovered to belong to a fungus. Even more surprising was the finding that the fibers contained Agrobacterium, a genus gram-negative bacteria with the capacity of transforming plant, animal and even human cells.

Morgellon’s disease is not the only condition associated with genetically modified foods. A growing body of evidence has shown that it may cause allergies, immune reactions, liver problems, sterility and even death. Moreover, based on the only human feeding experiment conducted on genetically modified food, it was established that genetic material in genetically modified food product can transfer into the DNA of intestinal bacteria and still continue to thrive.

 

Evidence of GMO damage and toxicity

Monsanto Claims GMO crops are not harmful. This is the biggest lie in our world today. Below are photos of mice who developed tumors as a result of being fed GMO foods. I think it is important for the awareness of the dangers of GMOs to be understood by All. These poor dear rats were fed GMO food. This pains me to see this photo, as it should everyone. If GMO foods are doing this to rats, imagine what they are doing to our bodies and our children’s bodies. For more photos of GMO effects on humans, visit http://gmoevidence.com. Monsanto and other GMO companies are poisoning our earth, our water, our land, our bodies, our animals. We must act today to stop this atrocity! Petition your Senators and Congressman to mandate GMO labeling and stop supporting Monsanto.

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Heeding the warning

Time and again, the American Academy of Environmental Medicine (AAEM) has warned that GMOs pose a serious threat to health, and it is no accident that there can be a correlation between it and adverse health effects. In fact, the AAEM has advised doctors to tell their patients to avoid GMOs as the introduction of GMOs into the current food supply has correlated with an alarming rise in chronic diseases and food allergies.

This should come as no surprise. More than 30 years ago a food supplement called L-trytophan killed 100 people and affected 5,000 to 10,000 more. The cause was narrowed down to the genetic engineering process used in its production. If the symptoms had not had three simultaneous characteristics – namely, they were unique, acute and fast-acting – the disease could never have been identified.

If science could assure us with certainty that serious consequences do not wait for us at the end of the line, it might be to our best interest to let this opportunity pass. Progressive thinking in terms of profit is certainly not wrong. But to brush off precaution on the convenient argument that there is not enough evidence to prove that GM food is indeed harmful is sheer irresponsibility. It certainly is a lame excuse to offer in the event that GM foods are indeed proven to contain health hazards.

Sources for this article:

http://www.organicconsumers.org/articles/article_11361.cfm
http://www.naturalnews.com/027226_food_GMO_foods.html
http://www.naturalnews.com/023004.html
http://www.sustainabletable.org/issues/rbgh/
http://www.chinadaily.com.cn/china/2010-02/04/content_9430645.htm
http://www.actionbioscience.org/biotech/pusztai.html
http://www.gmo-compass.org/eng/database/food/238.honey.html

 

Monsanto Threatens to sue the Entire State of Vermont

Monsanto doesnt want GMO Food Labeling because it would cause them to go bankrupt. Click here: http://worldtruth.tv/monsanto-threatens-to-sue-the-entire-state-of-vermont/

 

Monsanto employs government officials

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http://redgreenandblue.org/2012/02/02/monsanto-employees-in-the-halls-of-government-part-2/

How bad is the revolving door between Monsanto and government? This handy chart (from geke.us) pretty much sums it up.

Monsanto has been particularly talented at vacuuming up well connected ex-Congressmen, Senators and other government officials to go back and lobby the government, using their connections for the company’s benefit. And it also has been great at placing its own people into the agencies that are supposed to be regulating it.

One of the worst examples isn’t even on the chart - Michael R Taylor:

  • Taylor started off as a partner at the law firm that represented Monsanto on GBH issues (artificial growth hormones that make cows give more milk).
  • Then, as the FDA’s deputy commissioner for policy, he wrote the FDA’s rBGH labelling guidelines – the ones that insisted there was no difference between rGBH and regular milk.
  • He also deleted references to problems with GMO foods, over the objection of staff scientists.
  • Then he spent a few years working directly for Monsanto.
  • And now? Barak Obama brought him back to the FDA to oversee Monsanto again, as his food safety issues czar!
More background: See our earlier story, Monsanto employees in the halls of government.

 

Monsanto-Free Seed Companies

http://worldtruth.tv/monsanto-free-seed-companies/

The companies listed below have signed the Safe Seed Pledge for 2012. Many of the GMO Seed Companies are owned by PHARMACEUTICAL COMPANIES. This should tell us something.

Created in 1999, the Safe Seed Pledge helps to connect non-GM seed sellers to the growing market of concerned gardeners and agricultural consumers. The Pledge allows businesses to declare that they “do not knowingly buy or sell genetically engineered seeds,” thus assuring consumers of their commitment.

United States (please scroll down for other countries)

ARIZONA: 

Aravaipa Heirlooms
PO Box 72
Oracle, AZ 85623
www.aravaipa.com

Hatching Bunnies Farm
Gilbert, AZ
Email: hatchingbunniesfarm@cox.net

Humble Seed
7119 E. Shea Blvd.
#109-394
Scottsdale, AZ  8525-6107
Tel: 877-956-SEED (7333)
Fax: 480-347-0837
www.humbleseed.com

Native Seeds/SEARCH
3584 E. River Road
Tucson, AZ 85718
Tel: 520-622-0830
Fax: 520-622-0829
www.nativeseeds.org  

Old Pueblo Plant & Seed Company
P.O. Box 86441
Tucson, AZ  85745-6441
Tel: 520-201-2136
Fax: 623-201-2136
www.oldpueblocompany.webs.com 

Sherizona Seed Co.
23336 N 120th Lane
Sun City, AZ 85373
www.sherizona.com

Terroir Seeds LLC home of Underwood Gardens
P O Box 4995
Chino Valley, AZ 86323
Tel/Fax: 888-878-5247
www.UnderwoodGardens.com

Westwind Seeds and Gardenscapes LLC
6336 N. Oracle  #326-246
Tucson, AZ  85704
Tel: 520-887-2106
Email: reggie@westwindseeds.com
www.westwindseeds.com 

ALASKA: 

Foundroot
PO Box 289
Palmer, AK 99645
Email: foundrootseeds@gmail.com
www.foundroot.com

CALIFORNIA :

All Good Things Organic Seeds
999 Fairview Road
Ojai, CA  93023
Tel: 805-758-3184
www.agtoseeds.com

Big Bang Seed Company
525 S. Franklin Street
Fort Bragg, CA 95437

Bountiful Gardens
18001 Shafer Ranch Rd
Willits , CA 95490
Tel: 707-459-6410
Fax:707-459-1925
Email: bountiful@sonic.net
www.bountifulgardens.org

Cornucopia Seeds
6060 Graham Hill
Felton, CA 95018
www.cornucopiaseeds.com

Deb’s Kitchen
12578 Montecito Road
Seal Beach, CA 90740
Tel: 562-243-3926
www.debskitchen.com

eCruzin.com
204 Owetzal Lane
Riverside, CA 92507

Environmental Seed Producers
PO Box 2709
Lompoc, CA 93438
Tel: 805-735-8888
Fax: 805-735-8798
www.espseeds.com 

Green Mountain Resources, LLC
6965 El Camino Real
Carlsbad, CA 92009
Tel: 619-488-3744
www.GreenBizness.com

Harmony Farm Supply and Nursery
PO Box 460
Graton, CA 95444
Tel: 707-823-9125
Fax: 707-823-1734
Email: info@harmonyfarm.com
www.harmonyfarm.com 

Home Farmer
PO Box 7050
Santa Maria, CA 93456
Tele: 855-DIG-SEED
Email: brian@homefarmer.com
www.HomeFarmer.com

Jacob’s Farm/Del Cabo, Inc.
P.O. Box 508
Pescadero, CA  94060

KUSA Seed Research Foundation
PO Box 761
Ojai , CA 93024

Laughing Frog Farm
PO Box 145
Laytonville, CA 95454

Living Seed Company
550 Nicasio Valley Road
Nicasio, CA 94946
Tel: 415-662-6855
Email: livingseedcompany@gmail.com

The Natural Gardening Company
541 King Road
Petaluma, CA 94952
Tel: 707-766-9303
Fax: 707-766-9747
www.naturalgardening.com

Organic.biz
355 Brookside Dr.
Richmond, CA 94801
www.organic.biz

Peaceful Valley Farm Supply
PO Box 2209
Grass Valley, CA 95945
Tel: 888-784-1722
Fax: 530-272-4769
Email: contact@groworganic.com
www.groworganic.com 

Pearson’s Gardens
1150 Beverly Dr.
Vista, CA 92084
Email: info@pearsonsgardens.com

Redwood City Seed Company
Box 361
Redwood City, CA 94064
Tel: 650-325-7333
www.redwoodcityseed.com 

Renee’s Garden
7359 West Zayante Road
Felton, CA 95018
Tel: 831-335-7228
Fax: 831-335-7227
www.reneesgarden.com

Rolling Hills Herbs & Heirloom Annuals
1304 Rolling Hills Road
Redland, CA  92374
www.RollingHillsHerbs.com

San Diego Seed Company
2134 30th Street
San Diego, CA 92103

Seed Dreams
PO Box 1476
Santa Cruz, CA 95061
Tel: 831-234-8668

Seeds of Change
2555 Dominges Drive
Rancho Dominges, CA 90200
Tel: 888-762-7333
www.seedsofchange.com

SeedsNow
PO Box 1820
Thousand Oaks, CA 91358
www.SeedsNow.com

SmartSeeds
1440 Via Zurita
Claremont, CA  91711

Sustainable Seed Co.
POB 636
Petaluma, CA  94952
Tele: 877-620-SEED
www.SustainableSeedCo.com

Underground Seeds
208 S State Street
Ukiah, CA 95482

COLORADO: 

2BSEEDS
5023 W. 120th Ave. #312
Broomfield, CO  80020
www.2BSEEDS.com 
Tel: 1-800-833-5988
Email: custserv@2bseeds.com

BBBseed
6595 Odell Place, Unit G
Boulder, CO  80301
www.bbbseed.com

Botanical Interests, Inc.
660 Compton Street,
Broomfield, CO 80020
Tel: 303-464-6464
Fax: 303-464-6468
Email: inform@botanicalinterests.com
www.botanicalinterests.com  

Golden Harvest Organics LLC
404 North Impala Drive
Fort Collins, CO 80521
Fax: 413-383-2836
www.ghorganics.com  

Grant’s Plants, Seeds & Such
7048 S. Fairifax Street
Centennial, CO 80122
Tel: 303-263-5840
email: grant@grantsplants.com

Lake Valley Seed
5717 Araphoe Avenue
Boulder, CO 80303
Tel: 970-250-0951
www.LakeValleySeed.com

Sourcepoint Seeds
26422 Moss Rock Road
Hotchkiss, CO 81419
numminragi@yahoo.com

CONNECTICUT:

Butterbrooke Farm
78 Barry Rd
Oxford, CT 06478
Tel: 203-888-2000

Comstock Ferre & Co.
263 Main St.
Wethersfield, CT 06109
Tel: 860-571-6950
Fax: 860-571-6595
www.comstockferre.com 

John Scheepers Kitchen Garden Seeds
23 Tulip Drive
Bantam, CT 06750
Tel: 860-567-6086
Fax: 860-567-5323
www.kitchengardenseeds.com 

New England Seed Company
3580 Main Street, Bldg 10
Hartford, CT 06120
Tel: 800-825-8477
Fax: 877-229-8487
Email: neseed@.com
www.neseed.com 

Select Seeds Company
180 Stickney Hill Road
Union, CT 06076
Tel: 860-684-9310
Fax: 860-684-9224
Email: info@selectseeds.com
www.selectseeds.com

DELAWARE:
The Strawberry Store, LLC
& Strawberry Seed Store
Middletown, DE 19709
Tele: 302-378-3633
www.thestrawberrystore.com
www.the strawberryseedstore.com
http://blog.thestrawberrystore.com

FLORIDA:

Chia Growers, Inc.
1300 Seaway Drive
Suite A-3
Ft. Pierce, FL 34949

E.O.N.S., Inc.
P.O. Box 4604
Hallandale, FL 33009
Tel: 954-454-6186
Fax: 954-458-5976
www.eonseed.com 

Florida Mycology Research Center
P.O. Box 18105
Pensacola, FL 32523
Tel: 850-327-4378
www.mushroomsfmrc.com 

Grower Jim’s Plants and Produce LLC
Apopka, FL 32703
www.growerjim.blogspot.com

Growin’ Crazy Acres
4435 Union Springs Road
Spring Hill, FL  34608
www.growincrazyacres.com

Organic Sanctuary
1319 Cochran Road
Geneva, FL 32732
www.organicsanctuary.com

QR Seeds Inc.
P.O. Box 24
Plymouth, FL. 32768
Tel: 352-345-7387
www.qrseeds.com   

The Pepper Gal
P.O. Box 23006
Ft. Lauderdale, FL 33307
Tel: 954-537-5540
Fax: 954-566-2208
Email: peppergal@mindspring.com

Self Reliance Strategies, LLC
282 Knot Hole Circle
Chuluota, FL 32766
Tel: 321-696-9102
www.selfreliancestrategies.com

Two Seeds in a Pod
P.O Box 291278
Tampa, FL 33687
Email: contact@twoseedsinapod.com
www.twoseedsinapod.com 

GEORGIA:

Flora Hydroponics, Inc.
195 Paradise Blvd.
Athens, GA 30607

HAWAII:

Non-GMO Hawaii Heirloom Seeds
562 Lauiki Street, Suite 2
Honolulu, HI 96826
Email: contact-us@non-gmo-hawaii-heirloom-seeds.com
www.non-gmo-hawaii-heirloom-seeds.com


IDAHO: 

Earthly Delights Farm
2609 Arthur St.
Boise, ID 83703

EarthCare Seeds
175 NW Merlot Drive
Mountain Home ID 83647

High Altitude Gardens and Seeds Trust
4150 Black Oak Drive
Hailey, ID 83333
Tel: 208-788-4363
Fax: 208-788-3452
Email: mcdorman@seedsave.org
http://www.seedstrust.com

ILLINOIS:

Borries Open Pollinated Seed Corn Farm
16293 E. 1400th Ave
Teutopolis, IL 62467
Tel: 217 857-3377

Safeguard Seeds
P.O. Box 1036
Mokena, IL 60448
Tel: 855-730-7333

Underwood Gardens
1414 Zimmerman Road
Woodstock, IL 60098
Email: info@underwoodgardens.com
www.underwoodgardens.com 

INDIANA: 

Garden Harvest Supply Inc.
2952W 500S
Berne, IN  46711

MyPatriotSupply.com
PO Box 1795
Richmond, IN 47375
Tel: 866-229-0927
www.MyPatriotSupply.com

Nature’s Crossroads, LLC
230 West Church Lane
Bloomington, IN 47403
www.naturescrossroads.com 

Rich Farm Garden Supply
985 W. State Rd. 32
Winchester, IN 47394
www.richfarmgarden.com

Urban Farmer
5427 N. Delaware Street
Indianapolis, IN 46220
www.ufseeds.com

IOWA: 

Sand Hill Preservation Center
1878 230th St
Calamus, IA 52729
Tel: 319-246-2299

Seed Savers Exchange
3094 North Winn Road
Decorah, IA 52101
Tel: 608-382-5990
Fax: 608-382-5872
www.seedsavers.org 

KANSAS: 

Girasole, Inc. (DBA Seeds from Italy)
P.O. Box 3908
Lawrence, KS 66046
www.growitalian.com

Skyfire Garden Seeds
1313 23rd Road
Kanopolis, KS 67454
Email: seedsaver@myvine.com
www.grapevine.net/~mctaylor 

KENTUCKY: 

Ferry Morse Seed Company
600 Stephen Beale Drive
P.O. Box 1620
Fulton, KY 42041
Tel: 800-626-3392
Fax: 502-472-0566

MAINE: 

FedCo Seeds
PO Box 520A
Waterville, ME 04903
Tel: 207-873-7333
Fax: 207-872-8317
www.fedcoseeds.com

Johnny’s Selected Seeds
955 Benton Avenue
Winslow, ME 04901
Tel: 207-861-3900
Fax: 800-738-6314
Email: homegarden@johnnyseeds.com
www.johnnyseeds.com 

The Heirloom Garden of Maine
512 North Ridge Road
Montville, ME  04941
Tel: 207-342-2116
Fax: 207-342-3407
Email: info@theheirloomgarden.com
www.theheirloomgarden.com 

The Maine Potato Lady
PO Box 65
Guilford, ME 04443
Tel: 207-343-2270
www.mainepotatolady.com

Wood Prairie Farm Organic Seed Potatoes
49 Kinney Rd
Bridgewater, ME 04735
Tel: 800-829-9765
Fax: 800-300-6494
www.woodprarie.com 

MARYLAND:

My Seed Cellar
P.o. Box 5
Marion Station, MD 21838

Where the Wild Things Grow
55 Douglas Avenue
Lonaconing, MD  21539

MICHIGAN:

Annie’s Heirloom Seeds
12123 Darby Rd.
Clarksville, MI 48815
www.anniesheirloomseeds.com

Indoor Harvest Gardens
East Lansing, MI
www.indoorharvestgardens.com

Michigan Heirlooms
209 E. Wardlow Rd.
Highland, MI 48356
www.MichiganHeirlooms.com

MyHeirloomSeeds – AMAL Enterprises LLC
12851 Metteal
Detroit, MI 48227

Orchard House Heirlooms
216 S. Paul St.
Dowagiac, MI 49047
www.orchardhouseheirlooms.com

Organic Heirloom Plants
51594 Boston Road
Hancock, MI 49930
www.organicheirloomplants.com

MINNESOTA: 

Cheap Seeds
3591 210 Street
N. Hawley, MN  56549

EnJoy Garden Fresh Farm
15106 419th Ave. SW
East Grand Forks, MN 56721

Melissa’s Seeds
PO Box 242
Hastings, MN 55033

MISSOURI:

Baker Creek Heirloom Seeds
2278 Baker Creek Road
Mansfield, MO 65704
Tel: 417-924-8917
www.rareseeds.com 

Barney’s Ginseng Patch
433 SSE Highway B
Montgomery City, MO 63361
Tel: 573-564-2575

Burkholder Greenhouse LLC
RR3  Box 169
Edina, MO 63537
Tel: 660-397-4115

Gardeners Choice Heirloom Seeds
P.O. Box 642
Bolivar, MO  65613
www.gardenerschoiceheirloomseeds.com 

Granny’s Heirloom Seeds
P.O Box 264
Humansville, MO 65674
Tel: 417-350-7065
www.grannysheirloomseeds.com  

Green Thumb Seeds
17011 West 280th Street
Bethany, MO 64424

Morgan County Wholesale
18761 Kelsay Road
Barnett, MO 65011
Tel: 573-378-2655

MONTANA
Soper Family Farm
36 Cherry Valley Road
Glasgow, MT 59230

NEVADA

God Seed Planet, LLC
3225 McLeod Drive
Suite 100
Las Vegas, NV 89121
Email: godseedplanet@gmail.com

NEW HAMPSHIRE: 

BLM Enterprises/Markham Farm
283 Turnpike Road
New Ipswich, NH 03071
Tel: 603-878-4509
Fax: 603-878-5990
www.markhamfarm.com

New Earth Organic Farm
P.O. Box 466
Colebrook, NH 03576

NEW MEXICO: 

Cicuye del Rio Pecos Farmer’s Cooperative
HC 74 Box 842
Pecos, NM   87552

Creekside Garden
PO Box 707
Reserve, NM  87830
Tel: 575-533-6768
Fax: 575-533-6768

Gourmet Seed International, LLC
HC12 Box 510
Tatum, NM 88267-9700
Tel: 505-398-6111
Fax: 505-398-6151
Email: customerservice@gourmetseed.com
www.gourmetseed.com 

Italian Seed and Tool
HC12 Box 510
Tatum, NM 88267-9700
Tel: 505-398-6111
Fax: 505-398-6151
Email: customerservice@italianseedandtool.com
www.italianseedandtool.com 

J&L Gardens
60 County Road 11
Espanola, NM 87532

Plants of the Southwest
Agua Fria Street
Santa Fe, NM 87507
Tel: 505-438-8888
Fax: 505-438-8800
www.plantsofthesouthwest.com 

Pollinator Nation
P.O. Box 541
Sandia Park, NM 87047

NEW YORK:

DollarSeed.com
PO Box 504
Cortland, NY  13045

Invincible Summer Farms
PO Box 1294
Sound Beach, NY 11789

New York Botanicals, LLC
2-01 50th Ave.
Long Island City, NY 11101
www.nybotanics.com

Ommas – Aarden
PO Box 273
Port Leyden, NY 13433
Tel: 315-681-0351
Fax: 315-348-4442 (Please call ahead)
Email: ommas.aarden@yahoo.com
www.ommas-aarden.net

On Warren Pond Farm & Seed Co.
6200 Deer Run Lane
Trumansburg, NY 14886

The Sample Seed Shop
978 Riverview Blvd.
Tonawanda, NY 14150-7862

Turtle Tree Seed
10 White Birch Road
Copake, NY  12516

WinterSown Educational
1989 School Street
East Meadow, NY
wintersown@optonline.net 
http://www.wintersown.org 

NORTH CAROLINA: 

Cherrygal.com
217 Brehon Street
Warrenton, NC 27589
Email: cherrygal@nc.rr.com
www.cherrygal.com

Christopher Weeks Peppers
PO Box 3207
Kill Devil Hills, NC 27948
Email: peppers@pinn.net

Sow True Seed
P.O. Box 18508
Asheville, NC  28814
www.sowtrue.com 

NORTH DAKOTA:

Prairie Road Organic Seed
9824 79th Streeet SE
Fullerton, ND 58441
Tel: 701-883-4416
Email: dtpodoll@drtel.net
www.prairieroadorganic.com

OHIO:  

Companion Plants, Inc.
7247 N. Coolville Ridge
Athens, OH 45701
Tel: 740-592-4643
Fax: 740-593-3092
Email: complants@frognet.net
www.companionplants.com 

Secret Seed Cartel
P.O. Box 564
Sharon Township, OH  44274

The Little Red Truck Farm
Norwalk, OH
www.thelittleredtruckfarm.com

OKLAHOMA: 

Clear Creek Seeds
P.O. Box 763
Locust Grove, OK  74352
Tel: 918-386-0546
www.clearcreekseeds.com

Red Sky Farm
35545 EW1170
Seminole, OK  74868
Tel: 405-382-9883
Email: redskyfarm@rsib.net

Survival Essentials
P.O. Box 153
Wagoner, OK 74477-0153
Tel: 918-845-1800
www.HeirloomSeedsOnline.com

The Seed Guy
18165 South Elm Road
Claremore, OK 74019

OREGON: 

Adaptive Seeds
25079 Brush Creek Road
Sweet Home, OR 97386
Email: adaptiveseeds@gmail.com
www.adaptiveseeds.com

Boondockers Seed Company
84638 Cloverdale Road
Creswell, OR 97426
Tel: 541-689-0881
www.BoondockersFarm.com 

Folly Farm
P.O. Box 101
Cove, OR 97824

Goodwin Creek Gardens
PO Box 83
Williams, OR 97544
Tel: 800-846-7359
Fax: 541-846-7357
www.goodwincreekgardens.com  

Green Journey Seeds
P.O. Box 38
Veneta, OR 97487
www.poppyswap.com/shop/greenjourneyseeds

Heirloom Organics, LLC
1806 NW 6th St., Unit A
Grants Pass, OR 97526
www.heirloom-organics.com
www.non-hybrid-seeds.com

Horizon Herbs
PO Box 69
Williams, OR 97544
Tel: 541-846-6704
Fax: 541-846-6233
Email: herbseed@chatlink.com

Nichol’s Garden Nursery
1190 Old Salem Road, NE
Albany, OR 97321
Tel: 541-928-9280 or 800-422-3985
Fax: 541-967-8406
Email: nichols@gardennursery.com
www.nicholsgardennursery.com 

Restorations Seeds
1133 Old Highway 99 South
Ashland, OR 97520
Tel: 541-201-2688
www.restorationseeds.com

Siskiyou Seeds
3220 East Fork Rd.
Williams, OR  97544

Territorial Seed Company
PO Box 158
Cottage Grove, OR 97424
Tel: 541-942-9547
Fax: 541-942-9881
Email: tsc@ordata.com
www.territorial-seed.com 

Thyme Garden – Herb Seed Company
20546 Alsea Highway
Alsea, OR 97324
Tel & Fax: 541-487-8671
Email: herbs@thymegarden.com
www.thymegarden.com  

Victory Seed Company
PO Box 192
Molalla, OR 97038
Tel/Fax: 503-829-3126
Email: safeseed@victoryseeds.com
www.victoryseeds.com 

Wild Garden Seed and Shoulder to Shoulder Farm
PO Box 1509
Philomath, OR 97370
Tel: 541-929-4068
Email: frank@wildgardenseed.com
www.wildgardenseed.com 

Wild West Seed, Inc.
3640 Western Way NE
Albany, OR 97321

PENNSYLVANIA:

The Ark Institute, Inc.
P.O. Box 3430
Easton PA 18043-3430
Email: support@arkinstitute.com
www.arkinstitute.com

ContainerSeeds.com
64 Greenwood Street
Wellsboro, PA 16901
Tel: 570-724-5172
Email: pat@containerseeds.com
www.containerseeds.com 

Heirloom Seed Project
Landis Valley Museum
2451 Kissel Hill Road
Lancaster, PA 17601
Tel: 717-569-0401 ext: 202
Fax: 717-560-3545

Heirloom Seeds
PO Box 245
West Elizabeth, PA 15088
Tel/Fax: 415-384-0852
Email: mail@heirloomseeds.com
www.heirloomseeds.com

Hollow Elm Gardens, LLC
482 Hollow Road
New Park PA 17352

SOUTH CAROLINA:

Pepper Joe’s, Inc.
725 Carolina Farms Blvd.
Myrtle Beasn, SC 29579
Fax: 611-491-5344
www.pepperjoe.com

Penny’s Tomatoes
3904 Kensington Court
Myrtle Beach, SC 29577
www.pennystomatoes.com

Seeds for the South
410 Whaley Pond Rd
Graniteville, SC 29829
Tel: 803-232-1119
www.seedsforthesouth.com 

TENNESSEE: 

New Hope Seed Company
P.O. Box 443
Bon Aqua, TN 37025
Email: farmergrass@newhopeseed.com

Readiness Essentials
107 Cavalier Drive
Hendersonville, TN 37075

TEXAS:

Texas Ready
22004 Sherrod Lane
Spring, TX 77389
Tel: 832-493-1357

UTAH: 

Diane’s Flower Seeds
1380 N. Hway 89
Ogden, UT 84404
www.dianeseeds.com

Hometown Seeds.com
507 N. 1500 W.
Orem, UT  84057
www.hometownseeds.com 

Mountain Valley Seed Co.
455 West 1700 South
Salt Lake City, UT 84115
www.mvseeds.com

VERMONT: 

The Cook’s Garden
PO Box 535
Londonderry, VT 05148
Tel: 800-457-9703
Fax: 802-824-9556
Email: catalog@cooksgarden.com
www.cooksgarden.com 

Dirt Works
1195 Dog Team Road
New Haven, VT 05472-4000
Tel: 877-213-3828 (Toll Free)
www.dirtworks.net

High Mowing Organic Seeds
76 Quarry Road
Wolcott, VT 05680
Tel:  802-472-6174
Fax:  802-472-3201
Email:  info@highmowingseeds.com
www.highmowingseeds.com 

Ladybug Herbs of Vermont
943 Richard Woolcutt Road
Wolcott, VT 05680
Tel/Fax: 802-888-5940
Email: vtherbs@pover.net

Weed Farm Herbs
613 Quaker St.
Lincoln, VT 05443
Tel: 802-453-7395
Email: weedfarm@gmavt.net

VIRGINIA: 

Direct Garden Seeds
www.directgardenseeds.com

Garden Medicinals and Culinaries
PO Box 320
Earlysville, VA 22936
Tel: 804-964-9113
Fax: 804-973-8717
www.gardenmedicinals.com

Southern Exposure Seed Exchange
P.O. Box 460
Mineral, VA 23117
Tel: 540-894-9480
Fax: 540-894-9481
www.SouthernExposure.com

Thomas Jefferson Center for Historic Plants
PO Box 316, Monticello
Charlottesville, VA 22902
Tel: 804-984-9821
Fax: 804-984-0358
www.monticellocatalog.org

WASHINGTON: 

Backyard Heirloom Seeds & Herbs
4501 Yorkshire Dr. SE
Olympia, WA 98513
www.backyardheirloomseeds.net

Cloudview Ecofarm
14054 Road 11 SW
Royal City, WA 99357
www.cloudviewecofarms.org

E & M Heirloom Seeds
2250 N.E. Tahuya Blacksmith Rd.
Tahuya, WA 98588

Ed Hume Seeds
P.O. Box 73160
Puyallup, WA  98373
Email: humeseeds@aol.com

Filaree Garlic Farm
182 Conconully Hwy
Okanogan, WA 98840
Tel: 509-422-6940
www.filareefarm.com

Frosty Hollow Ecological Restoration
Box 53
Langley, WA 98260
Tel: 360-579-2332
Fax: 360-579-4080
Email: wean@whidbey.net

Garlicsmiths
967 Mingo Mountain Road
Kettle Falls, WA 99141
Tel: 509-738-4470

Gator’s Green Thumb
906 Symons Street
Richland, WA 99354

Osborne Seed Company LLC
2428 Old Highway 99 South
Mount Vernon, WA 98273
Tel: 360-424-7333
Fax: 360-424-8900
www.osborneseed.com

WISCONSIN:

St. Clare Heirloom Seeds
P.O. Box 556
Gillett, WI  54124
Tel: 920-855-1977
Email: email@stclareseeds.com
www.StClareSeeds.com


WYOMING:
Self Reliance Nation
1254 Maple Street
Wheatland, WY 82201

AUSTRALIA:

Eden Seeds/Select Organic
29 Mirani St.
Lower Beechmont 4211
QLD Australia
www.edenseeds.com.au 
www.selectorganic.com.au

Green Harvest Organic Gardening Supplies
PO Box 92
Maleny QLD 4552 Australia
Tel: 07.54352699
www.greenharvest.com.au


CANADA:

Alberta Nurseries and Seeds, Ltd.
P.O. Box 20
Bowden, Alberta TOM OKO
Tel: 403-224-3544
Fax: 403-224-2455
Email: dectool@telusplanet.net

At Home Organic Farms
10 Denmark Cr.
Toronto, Ontario
Tel: 416-557-6087

Aurora Farm
588 Hagey Road
Creston, B.C.  V0B 1G2
www.soulmedicinejourney.com

Brother Nature Organic Seeds
1159 Wychbury Ave.
Victoria BC  V9A 5L1
Tel: 250-61-2255
Email: brothernature@shaw.ca
www.brothernature.ca

Clear Sky Farm
PO Box 19
Fort Steele, BC V0B 1N0
www.clearskyfarm.ca

Cubit’s
122 Golfview Avenue
Toronto, ON M4E 2K5
Tel: 416-879-1985
Email: cubitsorganics@gmail.com
www.cubitsorganics.com

Dirt Sun Rain Garden Products
1846 Union Road
Evansville, Manitoulin Island
Ontario Canada P0P 2B0

Eternal Seed
C5 – 2309 Zilinsky Road
Powell River, BC  V8A 5C1
www.eternalseed.ca 
Tel: 604-487-1304
Email: edecas@travel-net.com

Green Space Designs
Box 122
Manson’s Landing
BC V0P 1K0
Tel: 250-935-0135
www.organic-seeds.ca

Heritage Harvest Seed
Box 2177
Carman, Manitoba ROG OJO
Tel: 204-745-6489
Email: heritageharvestseed@hotmail.com

Hill and Dale Farm
Box 127
Cherhill Alberta  T0E 0J0
Tel: 780-785-2622

Hope Seeds
6473 Hwy, 1
RR 3 Granville Ferry
Nova Scotia, BOS 1K0
www.hopeseed.com

The Incredible Seed Company
RR3 Lawrencetown NS
B0S 1M0 Canada
Email: incredibleseeds@gmail.com

Le Jardin de Julie
Le Bic
Quebec Canada
Email: lejardindejulie.semences@gmail.com

Mandy’s Greehouses
P.O. Box 184
Tyndall, Manitoba ROE 2B0
www.mandysgreenhouse.com

Mapple Farm
129 Beech Hill Road
Weldon, New Brunswick E0A 1X0
Tel: 506-734-3361

Matchbox Garden & Seed Co.
9788 Pine Valley Drive
Vaughn, ON L4L2V5

Omega Blue Farms
1075 Spider Lake Road
Qualicum Beach, BC. Canada
www.omegabluefarms.ca

Planting Seeds Project
PO Box 536
Lytton, BC V0K 1Z0

Prairie Garden Seeds
PO Box 118
Cochin, Saskatchewan S0M 0L0
Tel: 306-386-2737
Email: prairie.seeds@sk.sympatico.ca

Richter’s Herbs
357 Hwy 47
Goodwood, Ontario L0C 1A0
Tel: 905-640-6677
Fax: 905-640-6641
Email: orderdesk@richters.com
www.richters.com 

Salt Spring Seeds
PO Box 444, Ganges
Salt Spring Island, British Columbia V8K 2W1
Tel: 250-537-5269
www.saltspringseeds.com 

Stellar Seeds
2750 30 Ave. N.E.
Salmon Arm , British Columbia VIE 3L2
Tel: 250-804-0122
Email: info@stellarseeds.com
www.stellarseeds.com 

Soggy Creek Seed Co.
113 Chapman’s Landing Rd.
Nipissing Village
Ontario  P0H 1W0
www.seeds.soggycreek.com

Tatiana’s TOMATObase
110 Lanson Crescent
Anmore, BC
V3H 4X6, Canada
Terra Edibles
Box 164
Foxboro, Ontario K0K 2B0
Tel: 613-968-8238
Fax: 613-968-6369

Tourne-Sol Cooperative Farm
1025ch. St-Dominique
Les Cedres
Quebec H9X 1E9
Tel: 450-452-4271
Email: semences@fermetournesol.qc.ca
www.fermetournesol.qc.ca

Two Wings Farm Organic Seeds
4768 William Head Road
Victoria, British Columbia V9C3Y7
Tel: 250-478-3794
www.twowingsfarm.com

Urban Harvest Organic Seeds
P O Box 176, Stn C
Toronto, ON M6J 3M9

urbantomato
5 Fleming Place
Peterborough ON K9H 3Y7
http://urbantomato.blogspot.com
Email: urbantomato@gmail.com

Vesey’s Seeds Ltd.
York, PE
Canada

West Coast Seeds
3925 64th St. RR#1
Delta, British Columbia V4K 3N2
Tel: 604-952-8820
www.westcoastseeds.com 

Wildrose Heritage Seed Company
P.O. Box 355 Station Main
Lethbridge Alberta  T1J 3Y7

William Dam Seeds Ltd.
279 Hwy 8
Dundas, Ontario
L9H 5E1  Canada
Tel: 905-628-6641
Fax: 905-627-1729
www.damseeds.com
Email: info@dmseeds.com

EGYPT:

MyHeirloomSeeds – AMAL Enterprises LLC
South Sinai Governorate
P.O. Box 3
Ras Sidr, Egypt

FRANCE: 

B and T World Seeds
Paguighan
34210 Olonzac, France
Tel: 0033-468-91-2963
Fax: 0033-4468-91-3039
Email: matt@b-and-t-world-seeds.com
www.b-and-t-world-seeds.com

SOUTH AFRICA

Organic Seeds
PO Box 76030
Lynnwood Ridge
0040
Gauteng, South Africa
Email: info@organicseeds.co.za
www.organicseeds.co.za

Livingseeds Heirloom Seeds
PO Box 1421
Henley-on-Klip
1962
Tel: 071 911 5159
Fax: 086 624 4773
Email: sean@livingseeds.co.za
www.livingseeds.co.za 

Real Seeds
PO Box 99
Bereaville
7232 South Africa

More

US:
*Adaptive Seeds
All Good Things Organic (SW)
*Amishland Seeds
Annie’s Heirloom Seeds
*The Ark Institute
Backyard Beans and Grains Project
*Baker Creek Seed Co. (MW)
Beauty Beyond Belief (BBB Seeds)
*Botanical Interests
Bountiful Gardens
Crispy Farms
Diane’s Flower Seeds (she has veggies now, too)
*Family Farmer’s Seed Co-op
*Fedco Seed Co.
Garden City Seeds
Gourmet Seed
*Grow Organic
Heirlooms Evermore Seeds
*Heirloom Seeds
Heirloom Solutions
High Mowing Seeds
*Horizon Herbs
Hudson Valley Seed Library
Humbleseeds
Growing Crazy Acres
Ed Hume Seeds
Irish-Eyes
J.L Hudson
Kitchen Garden Seeds
Knapp’s Fresh Vegies
Kusa Seed Society
Lake Valley Seeds
*Landreth Seeds
Larner Seeds
*The Living Seed Company
*Livingston Seeds
Local Harvest
Moonlight Micro Farm
Mountain Rose Herbs
*My Patriot Supply
Native Seeds  for the Arid Southwest
Natural Gardening Company
New Hope Seed Company
Nichol’s Garden Nursery
*Organica Seed
Organic Sanctuary (SE)
Peace Seeds
Peaceful Valley Farm Supply
Prairie Road Garden
Renee’s Garden
Restoration Seeds
Sand Hill Preservation Center
Sage Thymes
*Seed for Security
Seeds Trust
*Select Seeds
Siskiyou Seeds (NW)
*Southern Exposure
*Sow True (SE)
*Sustainable Seed Co
Tiny Seeds
Tomato Fest
Trees of Antiquity
Turtle Tree Seed
*Underwood Garden Seeds
*Uprising Seeds
*Victory Seeds
White Harvest Seed
*Wild Garden Seeds
Wildseed Farms
*Wood Prairie Farm (NE)

Canadian Seed Companies:
Annapolis Valley Heritage Seed Company
Brother Nature
Cubit’s Organics
Greta’s Organic Garden
Heritage Harvest Seeds (ships to Canada only)
Hope Seeds
Incredible Seeds
Richters Herbs
Salt Spring Seeds
Seeds of Victoria
Solana Seeds
Stellar Seeds
Terra Edibles
The Cottage Gardener

Europe:
Seed Site (Italy)
The Real Seed Catalogue (UK)

Reference:

www.occupymonsanto360.org

 

UPDATE 6-3-1 !!!

New Study Links GMO Food To Leukemia

http://wakeup-world.com/2013/05/28/new-study-links-gmo-food-to-leukemia/

22nd May 2013

By Sayer Ji

Contributing Writer for Wake Up World

A new study, yet to receive any media attention, reveals the “leukemogenic” properties of the Bt toxin biopesticides engineered into the vast majority of GMO food crops already within the US food supply.

Last September, the causal link between cancer and genetically modified food was confirmed in a French study, the first independent long-term animal feeding study of its kind. The disturbing details can be found here: New Study Finds GM Corn and Roundup Causes Cancer In Rats

Now, a new study published in the Journal of Hematology & Thromboembolic Diseases indicates that the biopesticides engineered into GM crops known as Bacillus Thuringensis (Bt) or Cry-toxins, may also contribute to blood abnormalities from anemia to hematological malignancies (blood cancers) such as leukemia.[i]

A group of scientists from the Department of Genetics and Morphology, Institute of Biological Sciences, University of Brasilia, Brasilia/DF, Brazil set out to test the purported human and environmental biosafety of GM crops, looking particularly at the role that the Bt toxin found within virtually all GM food crops plays on non-target or non-insect animal species.

 

The research was spurned by the Brazilian Collegiate Board of Directors of the National Sanitary Surveillance Agency (ANVISA), who advocated in 2005 for evaluations of toxicity and pathogenicity of microbiological control agents such as Bt, given that little is known about their toxicological potential in non-target organisms, including humans.

While Bacillus Thurigensis spore-crystals have been used since the late 1960′s in agriculture as a foliar insecticide, it was only after the advent of recombinant DNA biotechnology that these toxin-producing genes (known as delta endotoxins) were first inserted into the plants themselves and released into commercial production in the mid-90′s, making their presence in the US food supply and the bodies of exposed populations ubiquitous.

What the new study revealed is that various binary combinations and doses of Bt toxins target mammalian cells, particularly the erythroid (red blood cell) lineage, resulting in white and red blood cell changes indicative of significant damage. Some of these adverse changes included anemia, and suppression of bone marrow proliferation and abnormal lymphocyte changes consistent with some types of leukemia.

The researchers also found that one of the prevailing myths about the selective toxicity of Bt to insects, the target species, no longer holds true:

It has been reported that Cry toxins exert their toxicity when activated at alkaline pH of the digestive tract of susceptible larvae, and, because the physiology of the mammalian digestive system does not allow their activation, and no known specific receptors in mammalian  intestinal cells have been reported, the toxicity these MCAs to mammals  would negligible [8,22,23]. However, our study demonstrated that Bt spore-crystals genetically modified to express individually Cry1Aa, Cry1Ab, Cry1Ac or Cry2A induced hematotoxicity, particularly to the erythroid lineage. This finding corroborates literature that demonstrated that alkali-solubilized  Bt spore-crystals caused in vitro hemolysis in cell lines of rat, mouse, sheep, horse, and human erythrocytes and suggested that the plasma membrane of susceptible cells (erythrocytes, in this case) may be the primary target for these toxins [33]

The study also found:

1) That Cry toxins are capable of exerting their adverse effects when suspended in distilled water, not requiring alkalinization via insect physiology to become activated as formerly believed.

2) That a dose of Cry1Ab as low as 27 mg/kg, their lowest tested dose, was capable of inducing hypochromic anemia in mice – the very toxin has been detected in blood of non-pregnant women, pregnant women and their fetuses in Canada, supposedly exposed through diet.

3) Whereas past reports have found that Bt toxins are generally nontoxic and do not bioaccumulate in fatty tissue or persist in the environment, the new study demonstrated that all Cry toxins tested had a more pronounced effect from 72 hours of exposure onwards, indicating the opposite is true.

4) That high-dose Cry toxin doses caused blood changes indicative of bone marrow damage (damage to “hematopoietic stem cell or bone marrow stroma”).

The authors noted their results “demonstrate leukemogenic activity for other spore-crystals not yet reported in the literature.”

They concluded:

[R]esults showed that the Bt spore-crystals genetically modified to express individually Cry1Aa, Cry1Ab, Cry1Ac or Cry2A can cause some hematological risks to vertebrates,increasing their toxic effects with long-term exposure. Taking into account the increased risk of human and animal exposures to significant levels of these toxins, especially through diet, our results suggest that further studies are required to clarify the mechanism involved in the hematotoxicity found in mice, and to establish the toxicological risks to non-target organisms, especially mammals, before concluding that these microbiological control agents are safe for mammals.

Did you get that? Their conclusion is that it is premature to consider GM toxins to be safe in mammals. Billions have already been exposed to Bt toxins, in combination with glyphosate-based herbicide formulations such as Roundup, and yet, most biotech research scientists and industry regulators still claim they are unequivocally safe. This has much to do with the well-known relationship that biotech corporations like Monsanto have with so-called ‘check book’ science firms who are basically paid to obfuscate adverse health outcomes of their products, such as the GMO-Cancer link. [also see: Monsanto-Funded Science Denies Emerging Roundup Cancer Link]

Consider also that the question of combined toxicity of Cry toxins and glyphosate-based residues within plants have not been sufficiently explored, and that glyphosate exposure has already been linked to non-Hodgkins lymphoma and hairy cell leukemia in the biomedical literature.[ii]

The reality is that we no longer have time to wait around for additional research to accumulate on the adverse health effects of GMOs, especially considering the biotech industry has far more capital to infuse into their own faux research on the topic.

Some, in fact, argue that we should not be waiting around for the corrupt legislative process to compel manufacturers to label GMOs, rather, we should be fighting to BAN THEM NOW, advocating for the precautionary principle before its too late.

In the meantime, you can join the growing movement to March Against Monsanto, occurring world wide on May 25th, as a way of expressing your desire for real change, as well as vote with your forks, the only immediately effective tool we have against biological and environmental gene-ocide articulated by the dominant GMO-based food system.

Additional important research resources on GreenMedInfo.com

 

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Update 11-23-13

 

thanks to http://aquariusparadigm.com/2013/11/22/hawaiis-big-island-bans-gmo-crops-and-biotech-companies/

 

Hawaii’s Big Island Bans GMO Crops and Biotech Companies

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Photo credit: GMO Free Hawaii Island

Photo credit: GMO Free Hawaii Island

By Kaye Spector, ecowatch – November 21, 2013 | Thanks to Golden Age of Gaia.

http://tinyurl.com/m6anyrb

The Big Island of Hawaii has a new law that bans biotech companies, as well as all open-air growing of genetically modified organisms (GMOs).

The bill exempts papayas and other GMO crops currently being cultivated and includes fines of $1,000 a day for violators.

“WOOHOO! WE DID IT!” read the Facebook page of GMO Free Hawaii Island. “We ask for your continued support on the following two items: Write a letter to thank our council members for protecting the health of our community and Hawaii’s agricultural lands, and encourage Mayor Billy Kenoi to sign Bill 113 into law.”

Mayor Billy Kenoi hasn’t indicated his stance on the bill, but he has 10 days to veto it. The county council could override a veto with a vote from six members.

Supporters of the measure filled the council chambers at the West Hawaii Civic Center with applause after the vote late Tuesday, according to the Hawaii Tribune-Herald.

“We’re stoked. We’re relieved,” resident Blake Watson told the newspaper. “This is a great first step.”

“We are at a juncture,” Councilwoman Margaret Wille, who introduced the bill, told Honolulu Civil Beat. ”Do we move forward in the direction of the agro-chemical monoculture model of agriculture, or do we move toward eco-friendly, diversified farming?

At least two farmers’ groups supported the measure—the Hawaii Farmers Union United, whose focus is on family farms, and the Kona Coffee Farmers Association.

Farmers supporting the bill said they fear cross-pollination between modified and non-modified crops, which they say can hurt or even close their markets.

Papayas were exempted in the Big Island bill because most of the 200 papaya plantations in Hawaii are planted with genetically engineered trees. A team of scientists modified the DNA of the papaya in the 1990s to withstand a devastating ringspot virus.

Large biotech companies like Syngenta, Monsanto, Pioneer, Dow and BASF have long been experimenting with GMO crops and seeds in Hawaii. They have farms on the islands of Oahu, Kauai and Molokai, but they’ve never operated on Hawaii’s Big Island.

The world’s biotech giants have set up shop in Hawaii in recent years, attracted by year-round growing conditions and an ecosystem favorable for testing and growing produce such as seed corn. The biotechnology industry has all but completely supplanted the sugar cane and pineapple industries that used to dominate the Hawaiian landscape.

The Big Island bill comes just days after Kauai County Council overrode a mayoral veto on a bill that mandates disclosure of GMO crops.

Anne Lopez, spokeswoman for the Attorney General’s Office, said earlier this fall that the office has no plans to weigh in on the Big Island’s proposed ban or challenge it if it’s adopted.

“We have not analyzed it to come up with a legal opinion,” she said.

In 2008, the county adopted a ban on GMO coffee and taro that has not been legally challenged.

Watch this interview with Councilwoman Margaret Wile from Big Island Video News:

 

 

 

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