(NaturalNews) More unapproved — and in some cases, unidentifiable — genetically modified (GM) plants are turning up in places where they shouldn’t be. South Korea, which currently prohibits the cultivation of all GM crops anywhere in the country, is becoming beleaguered with wild GMO strains, according to new reports.
The transgenic plants are popping up all along seed delivery routes, near animal feeding operations and in various other locations throughout the country, threatening to disrupt local ecosystems. Despite a nationwide ban on their cultivation, GMOs are still making their way into South Korea in the form of feed for cattle, which is falling off the wagon — quite literally — and spreading genetic pollution. Continue reading