Threshold of Regulation Policy -- Deciding Whether a Pesticide With a Food Use Pattern Needs a Tolerance (Revised)

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ID: EPA-HQ-OPP-2007-0786-0001

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Date Posted: Aug 14, 2007
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Athough A. Tesla's comment is emotional in nature, I must second the desire to leave our foods and food seeds free from treatment that make them unable to grow...
If this applies to genetically engineered foods with the pesticide inserted into the plant, then I am opposed to it. BT Toxin inserted into plants is dangerous...
SINCE THIS AGENCY AND THE TOXIC CHEMICAL INDUSTRY ARE BUDDIES WITH THE US POPULATION LEFT IN THE COLD RELATIVE TO PROTECTION, IT IS CLEAR THAT EVERY SINGLE...

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