Sushant Gokhale
Sushant Gokhale

When India already has a rich variety of bananas that can feed millions of people that are grown naturally,why the need for genetically altered bananas?....Naturally grown bananas have evolved over millions of years but genetically altered species can have effects on future generations for millions of years beyond human control! "Strike while the iron is hot" i.e. need for "Prevention is better than cure" is felt.

Paresh Kumar Singh
Paresh Kumar Singh
  • Sushant Gokhale

absolutely right

Anil Sinha
Anil Sinha

No genetically modified food for us. We dont want to sell ourselves to Monsanto.

Guy Williams
Guy Williams

why are Monsanto being treated as if their interests are more important than the World's?

Eva Faenge
Eva Faenge

No to MONSANTO No to GMO No to ROUNDUP ... http://www.navdanya.org/

Ajay Bhatt
Ajay Bhatt

We don't want genetically Modified food..Instead of that Indian government should focus on purity of food,fruits and other edible things.This is a big problem to get pure edible things,its ridiculous that government thinking on Importing genetically improved foods(including fruits).

Saju Molath
Saju Molath

no GMO, no Monsanto.

Liesbeth Rumpt
Liesbeth Rumpt

Don't mess with our food!!!!!!!!!!!!

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Anonymous

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Avinash Limaye
Avinash Limaye

Can anybody explain me the implications of genetically modified crops or seeds ?

Neela Thosar
Neela Thosar

no genetically modified food for us

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