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The Poison Planters
Charles W. Sutherland
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The Poison Planters

3.67  ·  Rating Details ·  3 Ratings  ·  1 Review
A powerful, well-documented novel about chemical companies and how they have moved into food production with GMO's (Genetically Modified Organisms) with disastrous consequences. A must read for anyone who eats.
Paperback, First, 334 pages
Published 2012
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Dan Verner
May 10, 2013 Dan Verner rated it it was amazing
We might be poisoning ourselves.

No, not by drinking water contaminated by some terrorist group.

Nor by unseen drones spraying toxic chemicals over populated areas.

Rather, there’s good evidence that we are doing great harm to ourselves, our children, our livestock and our environment because of the food we eat.

That’s the sobering and compelling message of The Poison Planters (A Reality Novel) by local authors Charles Sutherland and Jonathan Slevin, who trace the history of chemical companies’ move
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