nongenetically love


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  • adv. In a nongenetic manner.


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nongenetic +‎ -ally


  • That is only if they eat wild, fresh, whole, organic, local, nongenetically modified food grown in virgin mineral- and nutrient-rich soils and not transported across vast distances and stored for months before being eaten.

    The UltraMind Solution

  • The company says the nongenetically modified bamboo is supplied by Thai farmers and is grown without pesticides or fertilizer.

    Writing on 'Earthy' Paper

  • (Of the adoptive, nongenetically related brothers in the study, only 11 percent were both gay.)

    Born Or Bred?

  • Their vision called for using organic, nongenetically modified popcorn kernels, expeller-pressed oils, all-natural spices and herbs, popping bags made with compostable paper, and recyclable boxes. Top Stories

  • Silk is seeking to have all of its products verified by a third party for nongenetically modified ingredients, she said.

    Denver Post: News: Breaking: Local

  • Their bacterium is described as seven nongenetically modified, non-pathogenic bacteria, isolated from natural environments that produce novel bioproducts via small scale fermentation.

    Seeker Blog

  • American Sugar Beet Growers Association spokesman Luther Markwart said he did not know how much nongenetically altered seed was available if the judge grants the ban.

    WTOP / Business / Biz Stories

  • "The potential elimination of farmers 'choice to grow nongenetically engineered crops, or consumers' choice to eat nongenetically engineered food ... has a significant effect on the human environment," White wrote.

    WTOP / Business / Biz Stories

  • And many farmers fear they will lose customers if their nongenetically altered crops are contaminated with the biotech varieties.


  • But the contamination of organics and other nongenetically modified crops is a tough issue,

    Cornucopia Institute


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