Comment: Semantically, they are correct. In reality, they are lying.

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Semantically, they are correct. In reality, they are lying.

Most of us who have a grip on the GMO problem understand that difference quite clearly. Cross pollination, culling weak plants, grafting - there are many ways to create hybrids that have been done since the first gardener saved a seed. Most of us using the term "GMO" are BUYING heirloom seed. We understand that the word "organic" is now watered down to be nearly meaningless, and that GMO is contaminating even our precious heirlooms because the genetically engineered seed is out of their control. Now they are trying to cover their butts by muddying the water more.
Maybe the average consumer is confused, but the average farmer is not.

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