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04/03/2011 10:54 PM ID: 88596 Permalink   

Sudden Death Soybeans: Fungus or Disease?

 

"Sudden death syndrome", a plant disease discovered in 1971, has long been blamed on a fungus that thrives in damp conditions. Don M. Huber, a professor at Purdue University and researcher for Monstanto Co. assumes a different cause.

Huber claims in a letter to the US Agriculture Secretary that "This organism appears NEW to science! I believe the threat we are facing from this pathogen is unique and of a high-risk status." So far Huber has refused to provide any evidence.

In Huber´s letter, he calls the organism a "microscopic pathogen." and in a separate interview he says "It´s a life form."
Citing fears of professional backlash and loss of public funding he also refused to publicly name his fellow researchers.

 
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  It was Jesus  
 
KILLING ALL YOU COMMUNIST SOYBEANS!
 
  by: Mannyishere     04/05/2011 09:25 PM     
  @ Mannyishere  
 
That´s not true! Everyone know Jesus was a hippie! And hippies don´t kill! I mean...just looked at how he dressed and crowd he hung around with...all hippies!
If anyone, it´s Ted Nugent!

[ edited by aviavy ]
 
  by: aviavy   04/06/2011 09:30 PM     
  Just as important is  
 
the statement:
"he has found a link between genetically modified crops and crop diseases and infertility in livestock"

That is something farmers know but can´t scientifically prove and Monsanto denies.

Monsanto is killing all of us and I will be dead before it is proven. My grandkids will live in the era where they will be taken to task but by that time it will be too late to correct the damage.

 
  by: Talesman12   04/07/2011 09:38 PM     
 
 
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