Cardamine hirsuta

Christian Lachaud
Wed, 03 Apr 2013 03:44:55 PDT

Sure, this would be interesting.
You have mentionned GM soy engineered for roundup.
Have you ever heard about any GMO which seeds would get activated by
roundup ?
In the case of Cardamine hirsuta, the seed is so tiny that it may be more
exposed to environemental chemicals than bigger seeds ?

But if such GMOs do exist, one will need to understand if it was possible
that Cardamine got polluted by the roundup genes ?
If it is not genetic pollution, then what is it ?

Has anyone ever observed this phenomenon somewhere else or is it my local
strain of Cardamine only, and I'm so lucky ?

*Dr. Christian M. Lachaud, PhD*

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