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 Post subject: gmo apples for sale
PostPosted: January 20th, 2017, 6:25 am 
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 Post subject: Re: gmo apples for sale
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I actually think there are some GMO apples that have been on the market a lot longer than we've been told. I had apples last year that didn't turn brown (and they were supposed to be organic) and I've also had apples in the past five or so years that have no seeds inside. Very strange, indeed.

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 Post subject: Re: gmo apples for sale
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I had apples a year or so ago that didn't turn brown. I have never heard of NO seeds in one. UGH.

Hopefully the deer stay away from my baby trees, apple, plum, peach, pear. They killed my fig.


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 Post subject: Re: gmo apples for sale
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I was so surprised when I cut into those apples and there were no seeds, it was just strange. I had bought 6 apples and they were all the same. And they were called McIntosh, too. Even stranger.

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