ref date:19 Sep 2002 (env)
Genetic material finds way into Scottish Honey
In the first evidence that unwanted and perhaps unsafe contamination of
non-genetically modified products CAN occur the Times in London reported that
tests found alien GM material in honey from beehives two miles from a site in Scotland where GM crops were being grown under government supervision.
This shows unambiguously that there is NO way to prevent the movement of
engineered genes between plant species once a GM crop is planted.
This is a warning to Blairs government, who will as always ignore it.