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From: Andy Richker <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Subject: Re: Re: Do you LOVE gardening and cant wait to... (UPDATED)
Date: Tue, 17 Feb 1998 09:01:23 -0600
To: Michael Yount <yount@csf.Colorado.EDU>
Huh?? Does anybody have a problem with this post or is it just me?
>Do you LOVE gardening and canĖt wait to get outside and mess around in the
>dirt? . .
>. If so, do you plant potatoes?
>Chances are you do. Then why not pay a visit to a brand new website
>dedicated to our
>many of your oldtime favorites as well as the latest in technological
Technological doesn't sound too appealing or appropriate to this list.
>from disease free potato plant tissue which is multiplied in our state of
>the art laboratory.
>This process is called micropropagation Į and involves growing the plants
>:}>in test tubes.
>These plants are then transplanted into our modern greenhouses for the
>of mini-tubers. Watering, fertilizing, and pest control are monitored
>the growing season to give you, the customer, the premium product you
I don't know too much about potatoe growing but this doesn't sound so
kosher to me.
Available to the public for the first time - the patented NewLeaf potatoes
from NatureMark. These potatoes are like any other potato; but they have a
built-in protein from nature
built in protein?? Is this so smart?
to protect themselves from the dreaded potato beetle. This eliminates the
need to apply insecticides Į a concern every American has about the foods
they eat. This is a product of biotechnology. And the good news is it has
no effect on the environment.
OH this is sounding like a sales job now, biotechnology and environment.
Everything affects the environment.
Any other comments or please tell me if I am out of line here.
Maybe these folks took a biotechnology Permaculture Course??! I don't
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